The next exciting entry in the The Modern Library Reading Challenge, concerning itself with boorish protagonists, authors who sue themselves in court, and the interior monologue!
In this 25 minute interview, Gregg Araki discusses his latest film, Kaboom, his thoughts on Inception, and why he’s fond of fictional mothers.
In this one hour interview, Misha Angrist, the tenth participant of the Personal Genome Project, discusses his book, Here is a Human Being, retail genetics, and numerous ethical issues.
A 3,000 word response to Jane McGonigal’s Reality is Broken, outlining in detail Ms. McGonigal’s misunderstanding of psychology, human behavior, and intellectualism.
In this 30 minute radio interview, writer Paula Bomer discusses the differences between bad thought and bad action, Patricia Highsmith, and passive-aggressive editors who impugn you at readings.
The first entry in the The Modern Library Reading Challenge, an ambitious project to read the entire Modern Library from #100 to #1.
This 2,500 word essay outlines how the geek has become aligned with marketing forces and why The Green Hornet and Seth Rogen must be thoroughly rejected for culture to survive.
Regardless of my Jewish state (or lack thereof), it is hard to say no to a movie titled Romeo and Juliet in Yiddish.
Introducing one of the most ridiculously ambitious reading challenges: a quest to read all of the Modern Library Top 100.
A 1,500 word essay on what the Arizona shootings mean for the American climate.
In this 25 minute radio interview, filmmaker Elia Suleiman discusses The Time That Remains and innocuous YouTube users who watch his films outside of their context.
As Borders struggles to stay alive, several Simon & Schuster events became “canceled” as of Thursday night.