Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013) Directed By : JJ Abrams Written By: Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman Genre :SCIFI/ACTION Rated : PG-13 Time : 132 min Starring : Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Benedict Cumberbatch, Simon Pegg Plot...Show More Summary
Every two weeks, Comics Panel covers recent notable releases along the entire comics spectrum, from superhero/mainstream comics to graphic novels/art comics. Similar to Super Spy and MIND MGMT, Matt Kindt’s graphic novel Red Handed:Show More Summary
A thriller incorporating the work of the 14th century poet Dante Alighieri, 18th century philosopher Thomas Malthus and 21st century gene manipulation, the novel puts into perspective differences between Catholic and Jewish visions of hell, and the way our respective histories have shaped our contemporary circumstances.
After seeing many tantalizing mentions of Tara Books over the last few years, I was delighted to receive Joydeb Chitrakar and Gita Wolf's The Enduring Ark and get a firsthand look at one of their creations.
The Bookseller and The Literary Platform are pleased to announce the final line up for the third annual FutureBook Innovation more »
Chances are you’ve heard that in a recent interview, Claire Messud responded to a patronizing question about one of her characters — “I wouldn’t want to be friends with Nora, would you?” — by giving her interviewer a smackdown that resonated across the blogosphere. At Page-Turner, several authors (including Rivka Galchen, Jonathan Franzen and Year [...]Show More Summary
The reach of literary Brooklyn grows ever larger, as local hub BookCourt mounts a $300,000 campaign to convert the “Bibliobarn,” 160 miles north in the Catskills, into a “bookshop, event space, and writers’ retreat.” Upstaters, lockShow More Summary
Book Review Jackie K Cooper THE OPHELIA CUT by John Lescroart Fans of John Lescroart look forward to each and every new book he writes,...
Australia's Qantas Airlines is promoting the announcement of its extended flight routes by commissioning a series of books that last exactly as long as each flight.
At the heart of every authentic call to ministry is the desire to live a life of integrity. It was my desire to live a life of integrity that led me to the priesthood and it is that same desire that has led me to where I am today.
The Element is where natural aptitude meets personal passion. An essential step in finding your Element is to understand your own aptitudes and what they really are.
On a sunny winter's afternoon, June 1954 in Christchurch New Zealand, two teenage girls, Juliet Hulme and Pauline Parker, accompanied by Pauline's mother, Honorah Parker, went for a walk in Victoria Park. There the girls put into action their plan to murder Honorah.
Managing Stress: From Morning to Night Time-Life Books 1987 Mary: I thought this title would be an excellent kickoff to our new and improved site. Hopefully, you will notice that pictures are loading faster. Both of us will continue to tweek this as we go along. We appreciate your patience for the last few days. [...]
Alcohol. Promiscuity. LSD. All three are said to inspire creative minds. And if Sarah Dunant’s well-researched new novel, Blood and Beauty, is credible, we can add a new one, syphilis, to the list. (Wait, what?) Related posts: Inside...Show More Summary
I have, I admit, no idea what Renata Adler’s Speedboat is about. Really, not the foggiest. But this is a very special sort of mystification, an unqualified – maybe even a purer – kind of no idea than my usual ‘what-the- fuck -is-going-on?’ kind of no idea.
by SB Sarah Time for another romance reader workout! You ready? This time we're talking about character employment - or lack thereof. Like the last few workouts, can do all these exercises with a mat and your own body. No handweights are needed unless you want to use some. Show More Summary
Haruki Murakami has signed a deal for the English translation of “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,” which sold over a million copies in just over a week when it was released in Japan last month. A selection fromShow More Summary
Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on Washingtonpost.com weekly to chat live with readers. An edited transcript of the chat is below. (Sign up here to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Read Prudie’s Slate columns here. Send questions to Prudence at email@example.com.)
BY EDGAR SANDOVAL During a recent lecture at the 92nd Street Y, author Marc Nobleman showed the audience photos of himself wearing Robin outfits — as in, Batman's Boy Wonder. Some of them were Nobleman as a boy. Others were taken as recently as summer of 2012. For the last...
New this week: And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini; The Redeemer, a new Harry Hole novel from Jo Nesbø (see our interview); and Abigail Tarttelin’s debut novel Golden Boy. Also out: The Fall of Arthur, J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic poem, and George Packer’s The Unwinding. Bonus Links: You can now subscribe to listings of literary [...]Show More Summary