Mark de Silva

author

Guest

Author

Mark de Silva on KCRW

Philosopher Mark de Silva's debut novel shows what a novel can do when it goes off the beaten track.

Mark de Silva: Square Wave

Philosopher Mark de Silva's debut novel shows what a novel can do when it goes off the beaten track.

from Bookworm

More from KCRW

Despite two straight years of pandemic challenges, a longtime seasonal tradition is soldiering on.

from KCRW Features

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" does whatever it pleases in bringing back golden-oldie characters from whatever universes they've been inhabiting.

from Film Reviews

In "Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America," the documentary filmmakers Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler conjure with surprising concepts--including the weight of cotton--to…

from Film Reviews

After the deaths of her husband, John Gregory Dunne, and her daughter, Quintana, Joan Didion wrote "Blue Nights," the most personal and poetic book of her career.

from Bookworm

The Mexican-American author opens the wounds his father inflicted in a eulogistic debut that is as much about the U.S.-Mexico border as it is about healing.

from Scheer Intelligence

Finishing the Hat: Collected Lyrics (1954-1981) with Attendant Comments, Principles, Heresies, Grudges, Whines and Anecdotes (Knopf) A collection of lyrics from the first half of…

from Bookworm

Actress and now director Maggie Gyllenhaal wanted to set her new drama “The Lost Daughter” in Maine, but New Jersey offered a better tax credit.

from The Business

Bradley Cooper has two films out — “Licorice Pizza” and “Nightmare Alley.” In the first of a two-part interview, Cooper tells KCRW how he prepared for each role.

from The Business