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Matthew Leib is a writer and cartoonist who lives in New York City.
By Matthew Leib
Each generation faces death in its own way, and while the skeleton’s hollow-eyed gaze and mocking perma-smile have remained constant across time, humans have pulled a range of faces in response, ranging from the reverent to the ridiculous. More
In Jacobean England, bringing sea pirates to the stage was harder than bringing them to justice. More