Holly Cara Price

Holly Cara Price is a writer, editor, social media consultant and archival researcher. She writes about the arts and delights in examining the slings and arrows of outrageous pop culture as often as possible.

Columns // 2 Articles
Reviews // 4 Articles
//Columns

Caroline Leavitt at a Crossroads: 'Is This Tomorrow' | 8 Jul 2013 // 6:05 PM

New York Times best-selling author Caroline Leavitt discusses her new novel about a family who must brave the hostile status quo of '50s American suburban life while being as different from their neighbors as possible.

Author Hugh Howey on What's Good About E-Books, Open Source Movements, and Fan Fiction | 14 Apr 2013 // 6:45 PM

The success of Hugh Howey’s self-published Wool series points to a complete upending of publishing paradigms. Much like Amanda Palmer in music, Howey has created a whole new model of how authors relate to readers.

//Reviews

Mid-19th Century New York City Comes Alive in 'Seven for a Secret' | 2 Dec 2013 // 9:05 PM

This is a fascinating book about a murky time in American history, pre-Civil War, when race politics was catch as catch can.

Do You Remember When WBCN Was the Leader in Progressive Rock 'n' Roll Radio? | 21 Nov 2013 // 9:04 PM

WBCN catapulted the careers of the likes of Aerosmith, the Cars and U2, provided a comfy road stop for guest DJ’s like Joey Ramone, and hosted Bruce Springsteen’s first radio interview.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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