- Canada.comMay 05 10:12 AM
What do the following have in common: Vladimir Nabokov, Janis Joplin, the Lord Chancellor in Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe and the entire population of China?
- Ghanaweb.comMay 14 05:05 PM
Lo-li-ta, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul… The opening words of Vladimir Nabokov’s (in)famous novel, LOLITA (1955). No! KKD was not the first to indulge in it – that illicit sex over a huge generational gap in an obscure place.
- TheCelebrityCafe.comMay 11 05:14 AM
“You don’t have to like it, but you can’t ignore it,” 20-something Gottfrid (Nils Lawton) tells Thom Payne (Steve Coogan) and his middle-aged co-workers as he revamps their plummeting, old school mark read more
- The Moscow TimesMay 13 02:31 PM
NEW A Common Story (Obyknovennaya Istoriya); Kirill Serebrennikov's updated version of Ivan Goncharov's 19th-century novel about an enthusiastic young man in St. Petersburg. Gogol Center. 8 p.m.
- The Moscow TimesMay 20 12:16 PM
Adam and Eve/Shaping: √NEW√ Olesya Nevmerzhiskaya's staging of Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things," about an art student who "sculpts" her boyfriend's life. Yermolova Theater New Stage. 8 p.m.
- Australian Broadcasting CorporationApr 25 11:17 PM
Chigozie Obioma is a Nigerian writer who's just published his debut novel, for Top Shelf, Chigozie shares his favourite books, film and television shows.
- Kiama IndependentMay 09 08:31 AM
May 10, 2015, 12:15 a.m. Louis Nowra is an award-winning author and playwright who lives in Sydney with his wife, the writer Mandy Sayer, and their dogs, Coco and Basil.
- The Cornell Daily SunApr 26 09:04 PM
By JOSEPH DIGIROLAMO Cornell maintains a long-standing tradition of producing many of the world’s most talented and influential writers. What is most remarkable about Cornell’s literary heritage, though, is the diversity of these writers’ backgrounds and perspectives. From E.B. White to Vladimir Nabokov to Toni Morrison to Junot Díaz, Cornell’s […]
- Minnesota Public RadioMay 15 04:15 AM
Explore this list of bite-size fiction available online for free.
- The New York ObserverMay 06 06:30 AM
In a heroic show of defiance, several writers decline to appear in a room with editors of Charlie Hebdo because the satirical magazine made jokes about those who must not be joked about.
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