Special Event: “Self-Publishing in 2013 – The Year for Your Novel” with Jennifer Ciotta

Are you an aspiring writer who dreams of being published? Do you have an idea for a novel but just […]

Bruce Chatwin and Dr Ho

By Jonathan Chatwin

The road ran unrelenting in front of me, straighter than it had any right to be in such mountainous country.

Barefoot in Hiroshima

By Thomas Kenning Hiroshima is one of those words so laden with meaning, so heavy with history, that its mere […]

Gemma Hardy vs. Jane Eyre

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse Margot Livesey’s novel, The Flight of Gemma Hardy, is a bold and brave new adaption of […]

Betty Smith Knew Brooklyn

By Amy Hamblen Growing up in the Midwest, my childhood was a whirl of swimming in strip pits, hunting for […]

Movie Review: On the Road

By Wes Newbury A brief reflection on literature, and an even briefer one on the movie, On the Road. Jack Kerouac’s On […]

Review of Les Miserables: The Movie

By Jessica Ellen Monk Strictly speaking, Les Misérables is not a Literary Adaption; it’s based on the musical, not the Victor Hugo […]

Review of Cosmopolis: The Movie

By Antoinette Weil When I chose to watch Cosmopolis as part of our Literary “Fauxscars” segment, I went in with […]

Beyond Ideology: The Poetry of Separation in South Korea

The haunting parallels of separation and unification that a visit to the DMZ conjure …

Puccini of Lucca, Italy

By James Clark Lucca, Italy is a beautiful town surrounded by a 12 metre thick and 25 metre high 16th century […]