Megan Marz, Author at The Point Magazine
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Megan Marz

 

I’m Up Here

Peggy and Joan, the two main female characters in AMC’s Mad Men, have used different strategies to advance in the male-dominated world of 1960s advertising. […]

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Chicago Heights

Like many denizens of Winesburg, Ohio, the fictional town in which the American writer Sherwood Anderson set his eponymous 1919 masterwork, Alice Hindman feels she […]

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