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That Thing You Do With Your Mouth

By Joanne Furio 

In the age of memes, tweets, texts, IMs, 100-word news stories, and a rotating display of top ten-like lists on your internet service provider’s home page, is the question facing both writers and media companies alike: what is the future of the written word? 1,523 more words

Creative

Ο James Franco έγραψε ένα ολόκληρο βιβλίο για την Lana Del Rey!

Θυμάστε που πριν μερικούς μήνες ο James Franco έκανε παρέα με την Lana Del Rey, και εμπνεόταν από εκείνη; Φαίνεται, λοιπόν, πως αυτή η σχέση εξελίχθηκε, και η Αμερικανίδα τραγουδίστρια είναι πλέον μια από τις βασικότερες μούσες του πολύπλευρου καλλιτέχνη. 16 more words

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James Franco is co-writing a book about Lana Del Rey

James Franco’s latest artistic venture is a book about Lana Del Rey scheduled for release next March, Rolling Stone reports.

“Flip Side: Real and Imaginary Conversations with Lana Del Rey” is a 100 page book of stories — some real some fictitious, as the title suggests — and photographs shot by Franco and others. 233 more words

Arts

James Franco to write book of fanfiction about Lana Del Rey

Anything you can do, James Franco can, and perhaps will, also do. Most famously known for acting, Franco has also famously dipped his toes into the world of visual art, performance art, and literary writing. 318 more words

Arts

James Franco and David Shields Wrote a Book of "Real and Imaginary" Conversations with Lana Del Rey

“The only difference between Lana and me is her haunting voice,” wrote James Franco in a essay-poem hybrid in V Magazine that seemed to be the apotheosis of Francodom.  189 more words

Books

The Clockmaker's Daughter

This is the first of three new British musicals in less than a week. They are a rare species, but when they come they’re like buses. 370 more words

Theatre

'That Thing You Do With Your Mouth': 'Reality Hunger' Brand David Shields as Ventriloquist Porn Director

David Shields is a literary brand in need of devaluation. His last name is not a surname; it’s the predicate in a sentence where the indirect object is “quality,” and the direct object is anyone who publishes with him. 871 more words

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