Woolf published "Flush," a biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cocker spaniel, and immediately regretted it.
Brain activity doesn't tell us what someone is experiencing.
The Beastie Boys made a masterpiece. And then they were foiled by Donny Osmond.
"I feel my most powerless probably on days like today."
Walden Grove High School is in Sahuarita, Arizona. But this amazing homecoming routine from the school's dance routine has us thinking it's actually somewhere in an English fantasy world.
On its 90th anniversary, a recognition of how Woolf’s parodic, fantastical faux-biography made it possible to imagine a world beyond gender.
At New York Comic Con last weekend, Marvel Comics officially announced "Shadow of Vader," a five-part "Star Wars" miniseries written by "Star Wars: Aftermath" book trilogy scribe Chuck Wendig. Except, the last two issues will no longer be penned by Wendig, as the author has just revealed Marvel has fired him.
Many feminists have lost their foremother's radical vision of changing everything. Instead, they are ready to work within the tight confines of an ineffective system, and they endorse and invest in a de facto police state.
The "Red Pill" community online frequently appropriates ancient classic literature as justification for their beliefs.
To celebrate the release of his third book, "The Electric State," we spoke with the Swedish painter about the fear of technology, the rise of fascism, the power of art, and (of course) robots.
When you really love a novel, there's still something mysteriously satisfying about seeing where it was made — it's kind of like making a pilgrimage to where your lover was born and raised.
Verena had been meaning to get in touch for ages, she wrote, in part because she remembered our handful of lunches and coffee dates very fondly — but mostly because her third novel was about to be published in Germany, and I happened to be in it.
Author Bruce Schneier warns about the coming hyper-networked world where all your devices are talking to each other.
At this point, it feels as if he is just filling in Murakami Bingo spaces at the neglect of actual engaging storytelling.
How an Army propaganda writer became the country’s most controversial novelist.
Don't pretend you don't want to know who's tallest.
Netflix has obtained the rights to The Chronicles of Narnia and will be producing "new series and film projects" based on the children’s fantasy series.
"Women's anger is not taken seriously," author, journalist and political commentator Rebecca Traister told me. "It's not taken seriously as politically valid expression."
There were metaphors of hypersensitivity, self-sabotage and, of course, war. Put them together and you are talking about fighting a war against yourself, or "just" your body.
Wilson, who played Roald Dahl's plucky heroine in the eponymous book's beloved 1996 adaptation, reflects on sharing her life with a literary icon — and thinks about who Matilda might have grown up to be.
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