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Apparently, there is now something called "new adult" literature. I know this because The New York Times told me so. They say that new adult books "fit into the young-adult genre in their length and emotional intensity, but feature slightly older...
Some comic-book writers (Neil Gaiman, for instance) are able to pass through the dimensional portal to imageless genre fiction without loss of spellbinding potency; others — well, the less said about Alan Moore's “Voice of the Fire,” the...
Don't "Believe" in Bieber Justin Bieber laughed off his bout of indigestion at a recent concert, but his Grammy lockout might be an even tougher swallow. He's one of the biggest stars in pop, and his new album "Believe" was universally acclaimed for its...
In the fall, I taught English 366: The Essay at Lake Forest College, a writing workshop devoted to the study of the essay as a unique genre. We were not midway through the first class meeting when a student asked me what the difference was between the...
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Every day, they sit alone in their offices, writing about love, passion, romance. They bring to life muscled heroes, dangerous vixens, strong heroines — lovers all — then put enormous obstacles in the way of the would-be lovers so they...
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticHow would you book a festival that, regardless of your decisions, was sure to sell out? Would you give the people what they want, or give them what they need? Always the diplomats, those who slotted the 2013 Coachella Music and Arts Festival lineup,...
Twenty-five years ago, Chicago bluesman Corky Siegel unveiled a project that continues to obsess him. He called it Chamber Blues, and since its Midwest premiere in 1988 at the Paramount Arts Centre in Aurora, the project has blossomed into an ongoing...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesThe icicles in Jon Snow's beard are real — the result of filming in Iceland rather than using special effects ......
Channel Guide MagazinePBS’ Pioneers of Television is back for its third season this month (now narrated by one of today’s busiest personalities in that business, Ryan Seacrest), with four new episodes devoted to some of the most memorable moments and people in...
Searching for his way into the new musical "Backbeat," which examines the Beatles' early days (and nights) in Hamburg, Germany, David Leveaux asked himself what he called "the Jerome Robbins question." It's a tactic he picked up in 2004 while overseeing...
Zombies are people too. Or they were, before they became the flesh-craving, brain-eating undead. The new film "Warm Bodies," opening Friday, is an unlikely hybrid of horror film and young adult romantic comedy that transforms a zombie apocalypse into a...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGIn was summer 2002, and the sprawling Rambler’s Ranch mountaintop music venue near Jim Thorpe was in foreclosure, closed for two years. That’s about as long as its builder, local country musician Tommy Schafer, had tried to operate it before.....
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