- Entertainment WeeklyJan 20 07:14 AM
As a cult filmmaker in the late â70s and early â80s, Howard Brookner was a rising Hollywood star. As a documentary director, he tackled subjects like the enigmatic William S. Burroughs, but Brooknerâs career was cut tragically short in 1989, when he died of AIDS. But 23 years after Brooknerâs death...
- New York TimesJan 29 03:25 PM
At its best, the Sundance Film Festival is still helping to write the next chapters in American cinema.
- The Indian Express via Yahoo! India NewsJan 29 04:02 PM
As technology, culture and politics evolve at unprecedented speed, speculative literature faces an identity crisis. In agreement, Margaret Atwood quotes from William Gibson’s NPR interview: “‘The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.’ As a dystopian writer, I can’t keep up.
- Wiener ZeitungJan 28 08:04 AM
Dale Peck, editor of the revived "Evergreen Review" talks about managing expectations, money and what he expects from contributors.
- The GuardianJan 15 05:30 AM
Jake Arnott has followed all his hero’ s literary references, from Shakespeare to JG Ballard, since the age of 11. He traces the eclectic influences on Bowie’ s work It’ s long been clear that David Bowie’ s was a polymath, an artist as much as a musician, that “chameleon, comedian, Corinthian and caricature”, he wrote of in his 1971 song “The Bewlay Brothers”. But what can we make of his literary...
- New York PostJan 24 03:56 AM
The Big Apple’s oldest independent bookstore may live to turn another page thanks to a mystery mogul who has offered the $68,000 they need for back rent. St. Mark’s Bookshop — opened on the Lower East Side in 1977 — has struggled to stay afloat over the past seven years as sales plummeted amid a...
- The AdvocateJan 21 04:28 AM
The Sundance Film Festival, one of the most presigious celluloid events in the world, kicks off Thursday in Park City, Utah. Here are the LGBT movies that will screen there — and could soon make their way to your local multiplex.
- ChicagoistFeb 01 10:17 AM
Welcome to the first week of February, Black History Month and the month of love. We've got events celebrating both and so much more. [ more › ]
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJan 10 09:00 PM
He was not a "movie star" per se, but in films from 'The Man Who Fell To Earth' to 'Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence' to 'The Prestige,' Bowie appeared as a beguiling emissary from a parallel, fabulous other reality.
- BillboardJan 14 08:37 AM
In 1967, when David Bowie was a scuffling 20-year-old folk singer, he got his first letter from an American fan and sent a thoughtful reply. "I...
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