Review: Mr. Mac and Me, by Esther Freud
Bloomsbury, 2014. 296 pp. $26
Most novels about the First World War, even those of the home front, portray the emotional and physical carnage, which warp everything they touch. 773 more words
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It’s the early 1980s, MTV is in its infancy, the Internet does not exist, Ronald Reagan is president and yuppies are ruling Wall Street. 666 more words
Several years ago a friend asked me if I wanted to play what’s called a “Table Top” Game, more commonly known as Dungeons & Dragons. The concept was somewhat new to me, but I found myself quickly acclimated to what was in essence a “shared story-telling experience.” The process seemed to fit all my loves as an actor, a writer, an improviser, and a comic-book/sci-fi/fantasy nerd. 269 more words