Straub Responds

Emma Straub responds to Jacob Silverman’s recent piece about niceness in criticism. Since Silverman’s piece published I’ve heard some intelligent critiques of it. This is not one of those. This is also the first website I’ve ever seen where the text is in hot pink.

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