Call Me Ishmael, which takes its name from the famous first line of ‘Moby Dick,’ is an innovative voicemail project that asks callers to share their most meaningful reading experiences.
‘Some working actors lost the best years of their lives and don’t know why.’ Lee Grant, who wrote those words in her new memoir, should know. She was one of them.
As Team USA carries the hopes of the English-speaking world in Brazil, inquiring minds are wondering why England is so perennially terrible at the sport it invented.
It was hard for Dan Friedman to write about Jonathan Wilson’s fast-paced memoir, ‘Kick and Run, Memoir with Soccer Ball,’ because Wilson’s dreams and realities so closely mirrored his own.
Soccer is one of the few places that sworn enemies talk, argue, read each other’s news. There are pitched battles, but those narratives clash openly in the media as well as on the pitch.
Israel has reached the World Cup finals just once — Mexico 1970 — where it failed to progress beyond the group stage. But that year there was an outstanding Israeli success — referee Abraham Klein.
In ‘Adam,’ the debut novel from graphic memoirist Ariel Schrag, an awkward California teenage boy discovers an unusual way to get the girl: Pretend to be transgender.
A decade after its publication, author David Bezmozgis is turning his debut short story collection, “Natasha and Other Stories,” into a film, which he will start filming in July.
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