Woke up this morning with the music of “Flower Duet” from Léo Delibes’ opera Lakmé.
I don’t think it’s the first place I heard this piece, but the first place I definitely remember hearing it from was the 1983 vampire movie, … 110 more words
This October, fan-favorite writer Frank Tieri (THE HANGMAN, Wolverine) is teaming up with artists Pat & Tim Kennedy (THE DEATH OF ARCHIE) for a brand new ongoing series 193 more words
“Literary critic Harold Bloom wrote that Heart of Darkness had been analyzed more than any other work of literature that is studied in universities and colleges, which he attributed to Conrad’s “‘unique propensity for ambiguity.’” 281 more words
NY Times Best-Selling horror novelist Whitley Strieber talks about what it is like to publicly expose his real out-of-this-world experiences while trying to maintain a career as a novelist. 11 more words