Wednesday, April 24 2013
Dallas Clayton once made a small little homemade book for his son. Then he put it online. Then, it became a worldwide smash. Heralded by celebrities, subject of a Google ad, and inspried by his son, PopMatters speaks to author Robert Alford about modern-day publishing, maintaining your center, and the importance of keeping your family close at all times.
Friday, May 13 2011
This out of the ordinary event brought together a high profile literary line-up to practice the art of storytelling for the sold-out crowd at Cooper Union’s Great Hall.
Thursday, April 7 2011
Murder, masochism, Satanism and nihilism: Parents, you might want to rethink substituting your kids' Twilight paperbacks for the classics.
Wednesday, April 29 2009
Blanchet’s world is one of the marbled pinks and reds of high quality beef, the pale pinks of processed meats like hot dogs and, of course, baloney, but his words are like stale bread.
Friday, April 24 2009
Kirby Fields shies away from adding celeb-authored books to his brand new baby's library. Until he spies "Dylan" on one very important kid-lit spine.
Monday, August 4 2008
An enlightening arabesque that confirms why Rushdie is Rushdie, and his belittlers far littler.
Wednesday, July 23 2008
Thursday, May 8 2008
As cute and inoffensive and eventually uplifting as Then She Found Me may be, it is also a formulaic exercise.
Friday, April 4 2008
What a loose-limbed, witty, and even oddly post-modern writer Hans Christian Andersen was.