Interview of Mike Stax, Author of Swim Through The Darkness by John Wisniewski CRAIG SMITH: CREATIVE GENIUS OR MADMAN?Craig Smith was a 1960s golden boy – good looking, charismatic, outgoing; a preternaturally gifted musician and songwriter whose songs were recorded by some of the biggest names in entertainment – Andy Williams, Glen Campbell, the Monkees.
WHAT IS STUCKISM?Stuckism is a radical and controversial art group that was co-founded in 1999 by Charles Thomson and Billy Childish (who left in 2001) along with eleven other artists. The name was derived by Thomson from an insult to Childish from his ex-girlfriend, Brit artist Tracey Emin, who had told him that his art
Interview by John Wisniewski Follow Jay Larson on twitter @jaylarsoncomedyI do stand up comedy, sometimes on TV like 3 times on Conan, twice on Ferguson, 1/2 hour special, The Pete Holmes Show, Tosh.0 and I also host a show on Esquire Network called Best Bars in America. You should check some of that stuff out.
Interview by John Wisniewski Curtis Smith is the author of five previous books of fiction. His stories and essays have appeared in over seventy literary journals and have been cited by The Best American Short Stories, The Best American Mystery Stories, and The Best American Spiritual Writing. He lives and works in Pennsylvania with his
New Book “On Story: Screenwriters, Filmmakers and their Iconic Films:” Perfect Present For The Writer In Your Life
By Christine Thompson Writing can be a lonely process for some. But one of the only festivals in the world centered around writers, The Austin Film Festival, has brought together those who practice the craft of writing for films by hosting informative panels described variously as "therapeutic, rehabilitative, and a strong social and learning experience by
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Interview By John Wisniewski JAMES CURCIO BIO:The last time I sat down to write a resume, the first “at a glance`` that spilled out was a bewildered madman with a sledgehammer made of words. That’s a bit ungainly, though, so usually my business cards have read “artist,” “author,” “editor”, “creative director”, “designer,” “professional dilettante,” or
Brian Neve is an honorary reader in politics and film at the University of Bath. He is the author of Film and Politics in America: A Social Tradition and Elia Kazan: The Cinema of an American Outsider and coeditor of “Un-American” Hollywood: Politics and Film in the Blacklist Era.Interview by John Wisniewski "Hell Drivers" featured
Kyle Schlesinger is a poet, critic, and book artist. His research focuses on typography, visual art, and new media. He is an Assistant Professor and co-Director of the Graduate Publishing Program at the University of Houston-Victoria. Schlesinger learned to print letterpress in 1996, and in 2001, established Cuneiform Press, a non-profit publishing house specializing in
Catherine Coulter is the New York Times bestselling author of 75 books. Her hugely popular FBI thrillers include The Cove, The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh House, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, Tail Spin, Knockout, Whiplash, Split Second, Backfire, Bombshell, Power Play and Nemesis. She has a new international thriller