Mark Z. Danielewski is an American author.
The Familiar, Volume 5: Redwood, by Mark Danielewski, closes Season One of a serial novel imagined as a vast TV series.
Nov. 16, 2017
Mark Danielewski says he wants to give words to animals, to plants, to the waves of the ocean. His vast serial novel The Familiar begins with a young girl rescuing a cat.
Sep. 14, 2017
Mark Danielewski builds a haunted house out of the pages of his first novel. It has dark passages, ghostly echoes (of the great books of the past) and a monster at its center.
Jul. 6, 2000
How to make the president say what he never said.
from Here Be Monsters
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about what it must be like to be down a well and to look up and see the stars, and why a place I know in Hollywood is trying to do…
from Martini Shot
This week grayscale paintings explore Americana, fabric sculptures straddle mediums, an artist plays with expressive linework, and LA artists respond to fire.
from Arts & Culture Stories
It's tempting to say that "Knives Out" is the sort of movie they don't make any more, but they didn't make all that many way back when, because it's really hard to pull off a…
from Film Reviews
They were once one company, then broken up, but now Shari Redstone is re-combining CBS and Viacom.
The title of writer/director Noah Baumbach’s new film, ‘Marriage Story’ both summarizes its intent and then goes beyond into a genre particular to its creator (who also made ‘The Squid…
from The Treatment
Chris Ware’s Rusty Brown depicts life the way it is: jam packed with details, the closer you look the ever more there is.
After beginning her writing career in sitcoms like "Family Matters," "Sister Sister," "Moesha" and "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air," Felicia Henderson turned her attention to television…
from KCRW Features
And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks by Lawrence Weschler is a book that can only be itself.