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Author Archives: Randall Radic

Plagiarizing Your Own Content Can Be Costly

Unplag

Plagiarizing your own content can be costly. Make sure you always attribute your work. It will help your readers understand that you are not just regurgitating prior content. Read More »

Music Review: Joan Torres’s All Is Fused – ‘The Beginning’

The Beginning

'The Beginning' has a very informal sound to it despite the tightness of the musicians. The songs come across as casual, as if the product of a bunch of guys jamming together on a Saturday afternoon. The result is an understated artfulness that is uncommonly vivid and starkly forceful. Read More »

Music Review: Rooftop Revolutionaries – ‘White’ EP

White

On 'White,' by the Rooftop Revolutionaries, lead singer Eleanor Goldfield provides wailing, throat-ripping vocals. Imagine a hybrid of Joan Jett and Patty Smyth pumped up on performance enhancing substances. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Beyond the Standard Model’ by Luz Thompson

Luz Thompson

"Beyond the Standard Model" contains lots of violence, some strange sexual images and beaucoup excellent writing. Highly recommended! Read More »

The Super-Premium SUV Craze is Heating Up

Bentley Bentayga

The super-premium SUV craze is heating up. Why? Supply and demand! Read More »

Book Review: ‘Waiting For Grace & Other Poems’ by Christopher Locke

Waiting For Grace & Other Poems

Locke’s verse is delightful and superb, if somewhat irascible. He demonstrates no concern for anyone’s vanity, even his own. And he doesn’t indulge in what-if speculation. He simply sees and feels and expresses what he feels. Read More »

True Crime Book Review: ‘ Blood + Death: The Secret History of Santa Muerte and the Mexican Drug Cartels’ by John Lee Brock

Blood and Death

An unflinching look at the Mexican cartels. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How David Beats Goliath: Access To Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms’ by Michael J. Swanson

How David Beats Goliath

Swanson believes in the work of trial attorneys so much that he penned an entire book to help them steer clear of financial troubles. Read More »

Interview: Christopher Zoukis, Co-Author of ‘The Directory of Federal Prisons’

Directory of Federal Prisons

"By merely writing and receiving letters, prisoners are exposed to the fresh air of healthy, non-prison influences. The importance of this cannot be overstated." Read More »

Prisons Within Prisons: An Interview with Prison Law Expert Christopher Zoukis

SHU

In most federal prisons, there is a building designated the Special Housing Unit. This can be thought of as a prison within a prison. Read More »