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Film Review - The Killers

The Killers

1946

Director: Robert Siodmak

The Killers is one of those film noirs that always tends to find itself lumped in the ‘near-miss’ or ‘honourable mention’ category when people assemble a list of their favourite films. 825 more words

Films

Game Plan

“The secret of becoming a writer is to write, write, and keep on writing.”
Ken MacLeod

“Nothing will work unless you do.”
Maya Angelou

William Styron called writing “my tortoise-like art” and pursued a strict writing pattern: He rose at 12, then had a leisurely lunch or brunch until 2, when he took a long walk with his dogs and mentally organized his afternoon bout of writing. 340 more words

Literary Blind Spots: Hemingway and Fitzgerald

Despite being educated through university level in the United States, I’m better acquainted with British literature than American, in part due to my own predilections. Ernest Hemingway and F. 487 more words

Fiction Reviews

VAVILA POPOVICI: DESPRE CRUZIME

   „Nu există teren neutru în univers: fiecare centimetru pătrat,fiecare fracțiune de secundă sunt revendicate de Dumnezeu și contra revendicate de Satana” – C.S. Lewis… 1,850 more words

Essays

Antlers Hunter S Thompson Stole from Hemingway's Home Returned to Family

The late gonzo journalist ‘got caught up in the moment’ on a visit to his idol’s home, his widow explained, and had long planned to return them. 398 more words

Mediasphere

#amwriting: breaking the rules with style

Much of my blog time revolves around grammar and the mechanics of writing. As authors, it’s important to understand the rules of how the language in which we write works, no matter what that language is. 963 more words

Writing

For Whom The Bell Tolls / Hemingway

In 1937 Ernest Hemingway spent considerable time with republican forces as a journalist, covering the Spanish Civil War. His experiences formed the basis of For Whom The Bell Tolls, published in 1940. 705 more words

Books