- Indianapolis Business JournalJan 28 03:10 PM
The Indianapolis Opera will kick off its 2016-17 season with the world premiere adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s play “Happy Birthday, Wanda June” with music by Richard Auldon Clark of Butler University.
- New York TimesFeb 05 08:47 AM
The program will feature a musical adaptation of a Kurt Vonnegut novel alongside the previously announced "Runaways."
- Quartz via Yahoo! FinanceFeb 06 06:44 AM
While working as Apple’s first creative director in the 1980s, Tom Suiter embarked on an unusual errand. For a marketing campaign, he travelled to Kurt Vonnegut’s Manhattan apartment toting a Macintosh computer and taught the famous novelist how to use the strange, beige box. Some three decades later, the California-based branding guru founded a start-up…
- Los Angeles TimesFeb 04 08:50 AM
In "The Lost Time Accidents," John Wray combines literary fiction and far-out scientific theory for a narrative of a lovelorn exile from time. The book sounds a little like Kurt Vonnegut and nothing like John Wray. Which is sort of a problem. These days, writers have brands. Nicholas Sparks pens...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsFeb 09 08:39 AM
Audible.com best-sellers for week ending February 5th: Fiction 1. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, narrated by Josephine Bailey (Tantor Audio) 2. Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb, narrated ...
- Creative Loafing AtlantaJan 22 10:10 AM
CL asks lit-wits around town about the page turners they're into these days. "I'm a weird reader—there's typically five or six books scattered across my desk and nightstand. The authors range from Seth Godin ( Linchpin ) and Thich Nhat Hanh ( You Are Here ) to Kurt Vonnegut ( Timequake ) and Stephen King ( The Shining ). The last book I picked up was Stephen King's The Bazaar of Bad Dreams .…
- Montreal GazetteJan 16 04:10 AM
Mayor Denis Coderre speaks during a news conference on Monday, December 21, 2015. Could the mayor's reported proposal for municipal reform be an end run toward a centralized Montreal mega-city?
- People MagazineJan 28 10:22 AM
"I can't even address him seriously," Susan Sarandon says of Donald Trump
- New York TimesJan 13 04:31 PM
Benicio Del Toro and Tim Robbins star in this Fernando León de Aranoa’s film set in the Balkan countryside in 1995.
- Wired NewsJan 30 04:23 AM
The new book from io9 editor in chief Charlie Jane Anders is about the relationship between two people who are very, very different. The post In the New Novel All the Birds in the Sky , Witches Finally Battle Mad Scientists appeared first on WIRED .
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