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.
Monday, July 8 2013
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.
Sunday, April 14 2013
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.
Monday, December 2 2013
This is a fascinating book about a murky time in American history, pre-Civil War, when race politics was catch as catch can.
Thursday, November 21 2013
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.
Wednesday, April 3 2013
The four people profiled in Beautiful Souls all share something in common besides their ability to clearly see right and wrong in a world gone mad around them.
Wednesday, March 13 2013
Many of us will no doubt relate to this young boy’s impressions of being a very small outsider in a big, scary, mean world.