Tuesday, May 6 2003
Warner takes his research and formulates a riveting story, a horror thriller fit for the most ardent fan of the genre. It's about harvesting organs and executing political prisoners according to a waiting (and cash carrying) recipient's need.
His purpose is to spark public debate before we go further down a road we will surely come to wish we had never traveled.
There's bad luck, rotten luck and then there's 'crumbluck' -- the brand of luck that seems something less than random, something closer to fate.
Couldn’t Keep it to Myself: Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution, Testimonies f
An inside look at the women behind the bars of a maximum security Connecticut prison, incarcerated for crimes whose breadth spans larceny by embezzlement to homicide in the first degree to manslaughter due to emotional duress.
The greater pity is that Veidt is not well known today though in the 1920s and 1930s he was considered in the same breath as Lon Chaney and John Barrymore.
Offers the fragmented speed of our lives the possibility that we can in fact make sense of ourselves and this world.
Monday, May 5 2003