Unless It Moves the Human Heart is a lovely book on writing and teaching the craft of writing (more on the former than the latter). 145 more words
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Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of listening to Margaret Atwood have a conversation with Roger Rosenblatt at Chautauqua Institution. I enjoyed their witty repartee (Rosenblatt: Would you listen to me for a moment? 293 more words
At the age of 85, Jules Feiffer is busy.
He’s writing children’s books, a Broadway production adapted from his first novel, The Man in the Ceiling, a revival of one of his old plays, and a sequel for a graphic novel that hasn’t even been released yet. 429 more words
In the HBO series “True Detective,” Matthew McConaughey’s character Rust Cohle muses that “this is a world where nothing is solved.”
“Someone once told me, ‘Time is a flat circle,’” Cohle said. 912 more words