Bosnian-American fiction writer and 2004 MacArthur fellow
This darkly nihilistic book masquerading as a comedy is as much a commentary on society as it is the story of a bad script-writer.
Jun. 25, 2015
May. 16, 2013
Marvel Studios’ superhero spy thriller “Black Widow” opened last weekend to the tune of $215 million in global revenue.
from Hollywood Breakdown
Former independent music venue the Bootleg Theater, which last week announced its closure after more than 20 years in operation, will reopen this fall as a new community performing…
from Music News
Part two of two, a continuation of Yaa Gyasi’s discussion about the extraordinary explorations of her books “Homegoing” and “Transcendent Kingdom.”
Value "Black Widow," the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, for what it is (a surprisingly intimate portrait of two sisters and their strange family, plus several…
from Film Reviews
Marion Nestle’s book “Unsavory Truths” contains shocking revelations about how the science that influences what we eat is corrupted by corporate interests.
from Scheer Intelligence
Multi-hyphenate Daveed Diggs has a lot going on, including writing and producing his new series on Starz, “Blindspotting.”
from The Business
Rikki Ducornet speaks about writing in dreamtime for her new sci-fi book, “Trafik.”
Last summer, Thompson went back to his favorite place in the world: Provincetown, Massachusetts. The visit was bittersweet, however.
from KCRW Features
WarnerMedia’s Christy Haubegger on not looking at inclusion as philanthropy.
from The Treatment