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Media Critic Has Fun with SPOILERS Study - Posted August 11, 2011
As far as FishbowlLA is concerned, there can never be too many clever references to the granddaddy of all cinematic achievements, Citizen Kane. A film critic friend of ours in San Francisco, Pam Grady, recent... [FishbowlLA]

Granta's Artistic Director on Sex-Themed Videos and Book Trailer Tips - Posted April 9, 2010
As homemade book trailers, promotional materials, and even book covers become more commonplace, many writers could use a course in design work. Today's guest on the Morning Media Menu was Michael Salu, ... [GalleyCat]

David Lynch Foundation Helps Filmmaker Adapt a New Yorker Short Story - Posted November 25, 2009
A young filmmaker has adapted Tom Drury's New Yorker short story, "Path Lights"--an excellent combination of Raymond Carver... [GalleyCat]

Everybody Loves Raymond Carver - Posted November 9, 2009
Raymond Carver's famous short story collection title has become one of the blogosphere's most popular headline jokes. As writers churn out more and more content for the Internet age, one Gawker writer ... [GalleyCat]

Can Sobriety Change a Writing Career? - Posted August 7, 2009
When poet John Berryman, short story master Raymond Carver, and novelist John Cheever (pictured, via his ... [GalleyCat]

Apocalypse Literary - Posted March 26, 2007
The LA Times' Scott Timberg fashions a trend piece out of three recent novels dealing with life after apocalypse: Cormac McCarthy's THE ROAD, Chris Adrian's THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and most recently, Matthew Sharpe's JAMESTOWN. Add in other related fare by Carolyn See, Daniel Alarcon and David Mitchell... [GalleyCat]