To paraphrase Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben: With infinite universes come infinite possibilities.
What do genetically-engineered dinosaurs, sailors on shore leave and a homicidal novelist have in common? The Library of Congress, for one.
The distance of translation, of not quite being of a world or understanding it fully, are ideal for the form of a memory novel.
Hugh Jackman is attracting Oscars buzz for the “The Frontrunner,” but another actor’s performance is receiving some unwanted attention.
Bonus points into the billions if you pass the Bechdel Test.
Germany’s Center for Political Beauty got Neo-Nazis to out themselves online.
The Genesis Award-winning artist said the ad “perverts everything that ‘Cloud Gate’ — and America — stands for.”
Nelly Sachs won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1966 for poetry that channelled the horrors of the Holocaust.
Now that “Schindler’s List” is being rereleased, it’s probably time to revisit the second opinions.
Drake was nominated for seven Grammy’s — but he’s not alone among the chosen