I like big books and I cannot lie … Continue reading Doorstopper Week!
“Throughout these tumultuous decades, artists have sought to express themselves in harrowing circumstances. John J. Curley provides a lucid summary of the era and unique insights into famous and unknown artists.” Continue reading Global Art and the Cold War by John J. Curley @ nyjb
The Combinations Week is coming! Reviews, analysis, and an interview with Louis Armand. Continue reading The Combinations Week is coming!
Guiseppi Lampedusa perspective on “Measure for Measure” by Shakespeare. Continue reading Commonplace Book: Literary Wives and Mistresses
“Art and Arcana offers glorious illustrations, fascinating backstories, and the occasional painful misstep of a franchise entering its 40th year.” Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons Art and Arcana: A Visual History, by Michael Witwer @ nyjb
Anthony Burgess on book reviewers Continue reading Commonplace Book: Anthony Burgess on book reviewers
Another book that falls into the category of Fascinating Premise, Bungled Execution. Continue reading Myth-Making and Religious Extremism and Their Roots in Crises By Arthur G. Neal and Helen Youngelson-Neal
The Midwest has many accents, each beautiful in its own way. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: How to Speak Midwestern, by Edward McClelland
This week I conclude my essay series American Odd by looking at Gilbert Sorrentino’s postmodern masterpiece “Pack of Lies.” Continue reading American Odd: Pack of Lies, by Gilbert Sorrentino
Milwaukee Profiles interviews filmmaker Don Vort, founder of DV Magic Services. Continue reading MILWAUKEE PROFILES: DON VORT OF DV MAGIC SERVICES