erin Jourdan

SF Station Writer

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Inventing America
By Erin Jourdan (Feb 02, 2006)
If you had a metaphorical paintbrush and a blank canvas and you were able to completely rewrite the past/present and future of America what would you do? In [b]Zanesville[/b], author Kris Saknussemm invents an America that is part comic book and part post-apocalyptic rollercoaster ride. Our hero is Elijah Clearfather, an amnesiac with a convoluted and colorful past, attempting to put together his life -- jigsaw piece by jigsaw piece. More »
Framing 101
By Erin Jourdan (Mar 01, 2005)
You pick up a book called, "Don't Think of an Elephant" by Berkeley based professor and cognitive linguist George Lakoff and you have an epiphany. You may have been born into a family of dogmatic conservatives but this book, subtitled, "The Essential Guide for Progressives", will help you to understand the political thought behind their positions so that you can have an actual debate. Or at least give it a good college try. More »
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