- Flora Drew
Flora Drew studied Chinese at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. She has worked in television and film, and has translated Ma Jian’s novel, Beijing Coma, as well as his previous books Red Dust, The Noodle Maker, and Stick Out Your Tongue.
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NEW: PEN America CEO @SuzanneNossel says punishing a doctor and a journalist for critiquing the official line on #COVID19 is disturbing. She cautions that the U.S. should not "succumb to the virus of information suppression." https://bit.ly/33VOI6I
Great part of @NYGovCuomo briefings is that after the #COVID19 facts and charts he demarcates the next portion clearly as "Opinion" and ruminates, tells stories, etc. An example for all officials who refuse to separate their opinions from fact. https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/28/politics/andrew-cuomo-polls/index.html
"A Force Outside Myself: Citizens Over 60 Speak" is a project by @mcsweeneys that aims to publish the voices of Americans over 60 as American elders have been marginalized, scapegoated, and written off during this moment of turmoil in history.