Thanks to Blood Meridian, I’ve learned, at least temporarily, the meanings of “quirt,” “pritchel,” and even the seemingly ultra-rare “malandered.” The post Reader’s Diary: Cormac McCarthy’s ‘Blood Meridian’ appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Missing Books is a curated directory of books that do not exist, but should. Featuring missing books from: Cormac McCarthy, the Oulipo, Margaret Atwood, Stephen King, JM Coetzee, Roberto Bolaño, Vladimir Nabokov, Mario Bellatín, Jose Saramago, Philip K. Show More Summary
What if Cormac McCarthy had written "Cannibal Holocaust"? Review by Max Booth III Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book review Title: We Eat Our Own Who wrote it? The way Wilson is able to spin a sentence and describe violence is akin to a beautiful poem carved into a corpse’s rotting flesh. Kea Wilson, a bookseller from St. Show More Summary
Cults, Cannibals, and Cormac McCarthy. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Having previously adapted William Faulkner and Cormac McCarthy for the big screen, James Franco has set his sights on another great American author. His latest film is In Dubious Battle, based on John Steinbeck‘s novel of the same title...Show More Summary
As it turns out, Jonathan Safran Foer isn’t the only novelist with whom Portman pen-pals. The post The Emails of Natalie Portman and Cormac McCarthy appeared first on The Millions.
Mention Cynthia Ozick to a group of friends and you’ll likely get a sprawling array of responses. For some, she's an icon—this camp included the late David Foster Wallace, who famously asserted that she, Cormac McCarthy, and Don DeLillo were America's premier living fiction writers. Show More Summary
Cormac McCarthy is not dead, but anyone who’s been online in the past day or happened to follow the USA Today‘s Twitter feed might have believed that the legendary American author had passed away. The Pulitzer Award winner was the victim of a death hoax that originated from an unverified Twitter account, claiming that the... Show More Summary
Major news outlets were fooled into thinking Cormac McCarthy had died on Tuesdaythe result of a pranksters mischief and rush to publish.
Cormac McCarthy is not dead. But if you checked Twitter on Tuesday morning, you might have thought he was. An account claiming to be affiliated with publisher Alfred A. Knopf reported that legendary novelist Cormac McCarthy, author of "The Road" and "No Country for Old Men," had died. If you were...
Pulitizer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy, who wrote the novels No Country for Old Men, All the Pretty Horses and The Road, has not died today. He is 82 years old. McCarthy, who did not have a stroke as reported...
USA Today is frantically walking things back after erroneously reporting the death of one of America's most esteemed novelists and playwrights.
Like the brook trout standing in the amber current of the mountains, or the cold grey light that announces morning in the West, Cormac McCarthy is still alive. Thanks to a hoax tweet that was picked up by author Joyce Carol Oates and many media outlets, news of the acclaimed author's death ... More »
There’s no need to envision a post-apocalyptic world without “The Road” author Cormac McCarthy.
The internet wants you to believe that legendary novelist Cormac McCarthy has died. The internet, as usual, is wrong. The confusion began Tuesday morning when Alfred E. Knopf—the Pulitzer prize winning author's publisher—appeared to tweet that 82-year-old McCarthy had died "for stroke." URGENT. Show More Summary
Celebrity death reporting on the internet can be tricky. USA Today learned that lesson the hard way on Tuesday. The newspaper tweeted out that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy had died, only to quickly learn that it hadShow More Summary
Leave Cormac alone.
The origin myth of the taquero is often embedded in a street scene, maybe from a Cormac McCarthy border town, or a home kitchen somewhere in Sonora or Michoacán or East L.A., tortillas made by mothers and grandmothers, meat on a fire. Not on a Mormon mission in the Pacific Northwest. Yet that’s...
This weekend’s mixtape comes courtesy of Giallo Disco’s mysterious superstar producer Ketsueki Sakuru! His recent Blood Meridian EP was an appealing piece of nastiness contrived as a homage to Cormac McCarthy’s epic 1985 Western. However, it moves with a cyborg swagger that reminds more of some anime remake of Westworld – all glitchy, synthy grit and […]