Monthly Archives: January 2015

polygraph: one test to rule them all

Imagine — you’re the Sheriff. Someone in your jurisdiction is killing women, at a rate of three a month. Sure, they’re castoffs, prostitutes and runaways, but they’re human beings and someone misses them. You find two suspects. You hit them … Continue reading

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Writer Cy: Why the male pseudonym?

Why would a woman in this day and age choose a pseudonym, especially a male-sounding (or anonymous) one? Why is J.K. Rowling “J.K.” instead of “Joanne”? Because books by men sell better. In fact, she had to borrow the “K.” … Continue reading

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