Colm Tóibín is an Irish novelist and a professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. He has been nominated several times for the Man Booker Prize.
In his novel House of Names, Colm Tóibín finds, in adapting Greek tragedy, a home for all of his old concerns and room for new ones, too.
Jun. 8, 2017from Bookworm
Colm Tóibín discusses his deeply personal story of a provincial Irishwoman who sets aside motherhood to grapple with grief.
Jan. 15, 2015from Bookworm
Colm Tóibín candidly describes the inspirations for the stories in his first collection.
Apr. 17, 2008from Bookworm
Food and wine writer Matt Kettmann recommends “The Delicacy,” “The Wandering Chef,” “Man in the Field,” and “Born in a Ballroom.”
Jan. 15from KCRW Features
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I do my annual new year’s
purge of all of the ideas and articles and clippings I’ve saved, thinking they’d be great
shows, but I haven’t…
Jan. 15from Martini Shot
‘The L Word: Generation Q’ is not a reboot of the groundbreaking Showtime series on lesbian life in Los Angeles.
Jan. 3from The Treatment
This week: A room-sized aquarium made of detritus, an artist questions systems that exclude disabled bodies, and a painter exhibits a whole show of books.
Jan. 7from Arts & Culture Stories
Okay, Best of LA Theatre 2019 part two. Last week, I shared plays that tackled race head on.
Dec. 30from Opening the Curtain
It’s time for the best of theatre of 2019.
Dec. 23from Opening the Curtain
What does the television industry hold for 2020? Mike and Joe share their predictions.
Jan. 7from Screengrab
The " Jeopardy!" GOAT tournament is doing huge ratings for ABC.
Jan. 14from Screengrab
In André Aciman’s Find Me, strokes of luck are destiny.
Jan. 2from Bookworm