author, 'Watching the Spring Festival'
American poet and Professor of Literature at Wellesley College
Mar. 19, 2009from Bookworm
Mar. 12, 2009from Bookworm
In the past few years there's been a very real invasion from Mexico--by remarkably gifted filmmakers.
Aug. 23from Film Reviews
It's not just your imagination--there really are a bunch of celebrities who have signed on to do projects with the forthcoming streaming service Quibi.
Aug. 27from Screengrab
Now that we're officially post-Labor Day, Mike and Joe reflect on the highs and not so highs of this year's summer TV.
Sep. 3from Screengrab
How do you breathe life into ancient art? That’s the driving question behind the Getty Villa’s outdoor theater program (and arguably the Getty itself).
Sep. 9from Opening the Curtain
It was a record breaking year for KCRW’s 7th Annual Radio Race . We listened to 165 total submissions — the most yet — and narrowed those down to 11 finalists.
Aug. 30from Arts & Culture Stories
Katya Apekina’s novel The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish has a dark sense of humor, and an interest in the soul.
Sep. 5from Bookworm
In the run-up to the Iraq War, Katharine Gun, the subject of the film “Official Secrets,” nearly changed the course of history with one corageous decision.
Sep. 6from Scheer Intelligence
A documentary about a black woman’s reunion with relatives who have been passing as white gets to the heart of one of the nation’s founding wounds.
Aug. 30from Scheer Intelligence
For your consideration billboards everywhere? Nonstop panel events? Maisel Day? It can only mean one thing: final Emmy voting has begun.
Aug. 20from Screengrab