novelist and poet
American novelist and poet
Louisa Hall's novel Speak considers the Alan Turing test: how do we know if what we are communicating with via machine is human?
Aug. 20, 2015from Bookworm
WarnerMedia hosted a 2-hour event this week where presenters shared the goals and details of HBO Max, which will launch in 2020.
Nov. 1from Hollywood Breakdown
Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks has been closed since November 7, 2018, the night a Marine veteran walked in and shot and killed 12 people before taking his own life.
Nov. 6from Greater LA
John Freeman and Robin Coste Lewis discuss Freeman’s: The Best New Writing on California .
Oct. 31from Bookworm
Words, words, words. "Synonyms," an Israeli film set in Paris, is all about them. For once, though, wordiness in a movie is a good thing, even a delightful thing.
Oct. 25from Film Reviews
At the New York Times Dealbook Conference, the Netflix CEO weighed in on Saudi Arabia, increased playback speeds, and the theatrical experience.
Nov. 8from Hollywood Breakdown
The Getty Fire has spread to hundreds of acres, with tens of thousands of people forced to evacuate.
Oct. 29from Design and Architecture
Jeanette Winterson’s Frankissstein: A Love Story is about time travel and body travel.
Nov. 14from Bookworm
In part two of our interview with Damon Lindelof, he and Kim Masters have a heart to heart about ‘The Hunt.’
Nov. 8from The Business
Edward Norton, writer, director and star of 'Motherless Brooklyn', discusses the time-traveling and imperatives that attracted him to this private eye story.
Nov. 7from The Treatment