Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland talks with PopMatters about her documentary about two great American writers, Truman Capote and Tennesee Williams.
Rebel Women Between the Wars may guide women grappling with many of the same challenges today: fascism, male backlash, bigotry, and organized hate movements.
Inspired by Joe Ollmann’s Fictional Fathers, I ruminate on my life with comics, my favourite job as a father, and what Art can remind fathers about loving and raising their children.
As an apolitical, ironic, and internationally-minded songwriter and composer, Serge Gainsbourg certainly differed from many 20th-century French musicians.
Chilean Author Nona Fernández’s Historical Fiction ‘The Twilight Zone’ Dismantles Good and Evil Dichotomies
In search of answers from Chile’s painful past, Nona Fernández imagines and reconstructs the events surrounding the testimony of a real-life torturer in her book, The Twilight Zone.
In his analysis of Guns n’ Roses legacy, Tavana considers the recklessness, decadence, and Kurt Cobain feud that overshadowed the brilliance of Appetite for Destruction.
The complexity of human relationships is intensified by political incidents in South Korean writer Choi Eunyoung’s debut collection, Shoko’s Smile.
In this recent installment of Bloomsbury’s 33 ⅓ series, critic Annie Zaleski brilliantly dissects one of the most iconic albums of the ‘80s: Duran Duran’s ‘Rio’.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Biographer Kai Bird Shows Former US President Jimmy Carter as a Man Ahead of His Times
Kai Bird’s biography argues that former US President Jimmy Carter was a prophet of uncomfortable truths who urged America to reevaluate its myths and thorniest problems.
Wouldn’t you like to read a marvelous story about the creation of the fabled musical, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s ‘Sunday in the Park with George’?