Mar 242015
 
ECU professor Wieland writes beautifully entangled novel about art | The News & Observer

In Liza Wieland’s provocative fourth novel, “Land of Enchantment,” we meet Brigid Long Night, a half-Navajo, half-German painter. Young, single and ambitious in 1985 in Taos, N.M., she gives away her day-old daughter Sasha and apprentices herself to Georgia O’Keeffe, whose white hair is “like a moon pierced and leaking out around a face.”

Mar 242015
 
Police Find No Evidence of Rape at University of Virginia Fraternity | The New York Times

The police here said Monday that they had found “no substantive basis” to support a Rolling Stone magazine article depicting a horrific gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house and that a four-month review had identified serious discrepancies in the account by a woman identified as Jackie, who refused to cooperate with their investigation.