Michael Landweber is the author of the novel, We. His short stories have appeared in a variety of places, including Gargoyle, Fourteen Hills, Fugue, American Literary Review, Barrelhouse and Ardor. He is an Associate Editor at the Potomac Review. Landweber has also worked at The Japan Times and the Associated Press. He lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two children. He can be contacted through his website at mikelandweber.com.
Here Comes Fall TV: 2011 Edition | 17 Aug 2011 // 5:00 PM
This year's new shows include fewer straight up procedurals about cops, doctors, and lawyers than usual. And only a few comedies involving young people cohabitating in urban environments. We've got the video previews here along with what to watch and what to miss.
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Trapped in the hour-long drama structure, the half-hour sitcom that The Mysteries of Laura might long to be never finds its footing.
'Selfie' Is Like 'Pygmalion' with Cell Phones | 30 Sep 2014 // 5:00 AM
One of Selfie’s biggest sins is how tone-deaf it is about social media and those who use it successfully.