“He wrote: ‘I’ve never changed a word in Goosebumps. Any changes were never shown to me.’”
I don’t think I have any Scholastic books in the house, but Alexander, age nine, does. I hope Stine, age 79, sues the pants off Scholastic, not for gain, but to protect his poetic license and the licenses of other writers.
This is very important. The SPLC and the SSPX and the Catholic Church can handle their affairs without my criticism or help, but many writers have few resources, and a successful lawsuit against Scholastic would protect the license to write freely.
Some men like crazy women, and some like plump women, but only a feminist man could dislike both.
The Jewish Chronicle is the oldest Jewish newspaper, founded in 1841 and based in London. The March 8 article was written by Jenni Frazer.