- Lyn Miller-Lachmann
Lyn Miller-Lachmann is the co-chair of the Translation Committee and the author of Gringolandia (Curbstone/Northwestern University Press, 2009), Rogue (Nancy Paulsen Books/Penguin, 2013), and the forthcoming Surviving Santiago (Running Press Kids, June 2015), a companion to Gringolandia
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This. And there goes the truthful record.
National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President Trump - The Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/national-archives-exhibit-blurs-images-critical-of-president-trump/2020/01/17/71d8e80c-37e3-11ea-9541-9107303481a4_story.html
Everyone should be appalled by this proposed MO legislation to ban select children's books & jail librarians who don't comply. It's like something out of a dystopian novel--probably one these 'parent panels' would ban. @PENamerica, we're not standing for it. Fight #bannedbooks. https://twitter.com/stephenmfee/status/1218243527877984258
I've had to be (relatively) quiet about some of my favorite 2019 books bc I've one of the judges for the @PENamerica Jean Stein Book Award and if I didn't watch out I'd gush too much about one of these five brilliant finalists.