Ann Coulter believes the left has ‘lost its mind’. Should we listen?

The bestselling author has been criticized for dog-whistling to the far right. Now shes taking aim at the left can progressives learn anything from their sworn enemy? If I were the Democrats, Ann Coulter tells me on a recent morning in New York, I would admit that we have totally effed over our working class, Read more about Ann Coulter believes the left has ‘lost its mind’. Should we listen?[…]

Sorry everyone, Stephen King has just given this 1 word a ‘long vacation’

The King of scary is made with things being '' remarkable '. Image: WireImage This isn’t the very first time Stephen King has actually prohibited a specific word or expression. Anyone who’s read his outstanding book On Writing will understand he has more than a couple of family pet peeves, and over the last few Read more about Sorry everyone, Stephen King has just given this 1 word a ‘long vacation’[…]

Eighteenth-century doodles of a chicken in trousers go viral

Teenagers illustrations in mathematics work out book from 1784, obtained by the Museum of English Rural Life, win online fans consisting of JK Rowling Thirteen-year-old Richard Beale’s absence of attention to his mathematics research studies more than 200 years back has actually been exposed by the Museum of English Rural Life (MERL), which has actually Read more about Eighteenth-century doodles of a chicken in trousers go viral[…]

Everyday Madness by Lisa Appignanesi review an unsteady journey from grief to love

What occurs to your sense of self when your partner passes away? An interesting narrative of loss ” B ereavement is a type of insanity,” a widowed pal stated to me when my very first partner passed away. “For a minimum of a year,” she went on, “on no account remarry, move home or purchase Read more about Everyday Madness by Lisa Appignanesi review an unsteady journey from grief to love[…]

Certain AmericanStates by Catherine Lacey review piercingly good short stories

Love, loss and the missed out on connections of domesticity are uncomfortably observed in this exceptionally lively collection from the American author A sentence, in English, is as long as a piece of string. You can keep going so long as you do not get here, so it is as much about deferment as shipment. Read more about Certain AmericanStates by Catherine Lacey review piercingly good short stories[…]

Clock Dance by Anne Tyler review a late-life coming-of-age tale

In the American authors 22nd book, a female in her 60s start a whimsical objective however is it too late for flexibility? I t appears odd that the coming-of-age book ought to still mainly be restricted to that time of life when youth enters their adult years, when, for a lot of people, the truly Read more about Clock Dance by Anne Tyler review a late-life coming-of-age tale[…]

Parker Posey: I didnt think I would work again so I wrote a book

Being an arthouse darling became something of a curse for Parker Posey, as Hollywood consigned her to little parts in big films. Now, her new comic memoir charts her struggle to survive in an ageist, sexist industry Its not that Hollywood forgot about Parker Posey, its more that it just didnt quite know what to Read more about Parker Posey: I didnt think I would work again so I wrote a book[…]

Science fiction writer Harlan Ellison dies aged 84

Prolific author and critic, whose credits consist of a Star Trek episode and the narrative A Boy and His Dog, passed away in his sleep The acclaimed author Harlan Ellison has actually passed away at the age of 84. In his profession, Ellison edited 1,800 narratives, movie scripts, novellas, reviews, teleplays and essays, winning 8 Read more about Science fiction writer Harlan Ellison dies aged 84[…]