Malcolm Gladwell is angry, and he wants you to know why. That's not to say that the bestselling author walks around in a rage all day — he's actually quite collected and soft-spoken most of the time, and ready to make a joke. But inShow More Summary
Before leaving that day when the Constitutional Convention debated whether the size of the U.S. Army in peacetime mattered, I want to address another tradition that’s arisen about it.Several recent books (e.g., Isaacson, Chernow, Beschloss,...Show More Summary
In 2011 Jesmyn Ward won the National Book Award for her novel Salvage the Bones, an exploration of one black family’s experience during the 12 days leading up to, and after, Hurricane Katrina. Ward is also the author of the novel Where the Line Bleeds and the memoir Men We Reaped, a deeply felt accounting […]
Live from Comic-Con 2016: Warner Bros.' game-changing day and the 'Game of Thrones' proposal July 23, 2016, 5:03 p.m. San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, delighting super fans with surprise announcements ("Vampire Diaries" is ending, Rihanna is joining "Bates Motel!), teasers (looking at you...
After four incredible nights in St. Petersburg, we had a two day visit to Moscow at the end of our trip, before returning to the US. For our stay in Moscow I decided to book the St. Regis. I had been trying to decide between the St.Show More Summary
Today we did a walking tour of old and new Prague. A gorgeous day and his photo comes from a rooftop bar where we stopped for a beer Also very happy with our hotel up on the hill booked last minute on Hotels Tonight (Savoy Hotel) for 150 euros (included a good breakfast). Europe …
San Diego Comic-Con launched yesterday, and among the day one festivities were a screening and panel discussion of the new big-screen vehicle for everybody’s favorite comic book hero, Edward Snowden. (Wait, what?) Snowden stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt – apparently now your go-to guy for biopics about people they’ve already made perfectly good documentaries about – as […]
Monday is not quite in the books at the San Diego Comic-Con 2016, but Friday will be here before anyone even realizes it. It’s going to be a huge day as it is every single year, and the panels are set and in place. It’s going to include some from Marvel, Hasbro, and plenty from... Show More Summary
The Russo brothers aren’t exactly hurting for work these days. Hot off the heels of Captain America: Civil War, they’re directing the Avengers: Infinity War, and. But it’s not all strategizing and superheroes—they’re only producing a...Show More Summary
Xena: Warrior Princess will team up with Ashley Williams in a new 4-part comic book mini-series titled Forever and a Day, coming this Halloween.
Taking advantage of the popularity of adult coloring books, 12 indie bookstores across the country are throwing “coloring book parties for adults” on Tuesday, August 2.
September 17 is Batman Day in participating comic book stores. Are you going?
Mental health zines, libraries' political and social power, what counts as a diverse book and more. The post Lez Liberty Lit #102: Dog-Eared Days of Summer appeared first on Autostraddle.
Julianne Moore smiles as she greets fans while making her way around on Wednesday (July 20) in New York City. The day before, the 55-year-old actress braved the NYC winds as she stepped out to run errands. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Julianne Moore On Wednesday, Julianne stopped by Good Morning America to [...]
I thought we might want a little space that’s completely (well mostly) free of our second-time-farce production of Triumph of the Will, so here’s some random thoughts for a Wednesday night. I had a productive day on my book, as it happens, so in my attempt to my head in late 17th century London, here are a couple of […]
It is now day three in our week-long exclusive reveal of the first four books in the new Charmz line from Papercutz. As you read in our exclusive announcement, Charmz is a new line of graphic novels aimed at tween girls that's set to launch in May 2017. Show More Summary
Editor's note: This is the twenty-sixth entry in the writer's year-long project to read one book about each of the U.S. Presidents in the year prior to Election Day 2016. You can also follow Marcus' progress at the @44in52 Twitter account and with this 44 in 52 Spreadsheet. I'm not even sure where to start with Theodore Roosevelt. Show More Summary
Plus: Suicide Kale totally won Outfest, a Buffy coloring book for adults is on the way, Nickelodeon introduced its first gay characters, we're only two days away from a Degrassi: The Next Generation reunion, and more gay gay gay pop culture news. The post Pop Culture Fix: Evan Rachel Wood Has Had It Up To Here With Bisexual Erasure appeared first on Autostraddle.
Chris Fox recently went from full-time mobile app developer to full-time author of bestselling books. Here's the system he developed to make the leap.
Comedian Sara Benincasa opens up about her latest book Real Artists Have Day Jobs, adjusting to success, Venn-diagramming love, and the loss of Morley Safer.