author, 'Damascus Gate'
Author of novels, short stories, essays, and screenplays; 1975 National Book Award winner for Dog Soldiers; two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist for A Flag for Sunrise (1982) and Bear and His Daughter (1998)
Mar. 29, 2007from Bookworm
Jul. 10, 2003from Bookworm
Jul. 9, 1998from Bookworm
You need to drive to Pasadena and see a 3 hour play. Okay, I know that's a big ask so let me break down why the trip is worth it. Greg T.
Oct. 28from Opening the Curtain
Here's an all-points bulletin about Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman."
Nov. 1from Film Reviews
What moves the rods of a water dowser? Is it magic, science or imagination?
Oct. 30from Here Be Monsters
We travel to another dimension, where Rod Serling stretched the imagination and tapped into a societal psyche.
Oct. 31from Greater LA
Examining Berlin’s impact as the world’s uncontested center of cool.
Nov. 11from The Fink + Forty Show
Movies about car racing sound like operas scored entirely for bassos. "Ford v Ferrari" fills that bill, but it also has significant things to say on a variety of worthy subjects.
Nov. 15from Film Reviews
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
Jeff Stanzler uses virtual reality for good in his dramatic new project "State Power".
Nov. 1from The Treatment
Peter Jackson generated whole worlds for his ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Hobbit’ trilogies.
Nov. 15from The Business