Want to give this year’s Halloween celebration a Lovecraftian flavor? Then Propnomicon is the site for you.
A Chicago boy, Roger Ebert, writes about another Chicago boy, James T. Farrell.
Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut, and the wages of literary fame.
An evolved writer and thinker talks about evolution.
Writing the life of a writer who has already written his life quite well.
More than most writers, James Tiptree Jr. lived by silence, exile, and cunning — or, in this case, like an opossum.
A close encounter of the Pauline Kael kind.
Naturally, “Low Rider” deserves the top spot for any list of the “Top 10 Cowbell Songs.” But where the hell is “Mississippi Queen”?
Inspired film geekery over at Trailers From Hell, which gives directors a chance to riff about their favorite movies over the trailers for said movies. You get Eli Roth giving mad props to Forbidden Planet, Bill Duke singing the praises of The Spook Who Sat By the Door, Allison Anders rocking out to Privilege, and Larry Cohen getting paranoid over the original Invaders from Mars.