Lisa M. Puskarcik

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My Lilly’s Too Pinkalicious

Move over, Martha. Get out of the way, Ralph. There’s a new girl in town (assuming that the term “girl”

If Celebrities Could Write Books

What adjustments must a late-night talk show comedian make in catering to an audience of four-year-olds? Not many, as evidenced

Celebrating Women

In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Harvard Coop has dedicated a small display to recent women’s literature. The titles

Ditz and Glamour

I hope I’ll never know what it’s like to have a New York nervous breakdown, but if the price of

Yeats Biographer, Vendler Reassess Yeats’ Life, Works

It shouldn’t be surprising that an Irish poet and dramatist as prolific as William Butler Yeats elicits similarly verbose responses

Bubblegum Machine

This year, the electronic elves at Barnes & Noble’s online bookstore have recommended an interesting compilation of biographical, fad diet,

Bubblegum Machine: When I Was a Tween

I never thought I’d be one of those people who, at age 20, would start the obnoxious “when I was

Bubblegum Machine

The holiday season is a special time for celebrities—not in the heartwarming, family-oriented, spiritual way, but in the Hollywood media