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  • Small horror presses fill niche gaps left by big publishers

    Small horror presses fill niche gaps left by big publishers
    As book publishers struggle to succeed in this economy, horror writers have to find alternatives to large publishing houses that, according to some authors, are accepting less material from niche genres. These writers are turning to small presses, where...
  • 'A Strange Eventful History: The Dramatic Lives of Ellen Terry, Henry Irving, and Their Remarkable Families' by Michael Holroyd

    'A Strange Eventful History: The Dramatic Lives of Ellen Terry, Henry Irving, and Their Remarkable Families' by Michael Holroyd
    When Michael Holroyd takes on a subject, you know his sweep will be wide. This is not to say that he forfeits depth -- far from it -- but rather that he puts things in the fullest possible context. His groundbreaking biography of Lytton Strachey more than...
  • Dark Passages: 21st century Sherlock Holmes

    Dark Passages: 21st century Sherlock Holmes
    It's far too easy to stereotype an avid fan of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle's storied and much-beloved detective. After all, the pipe-smoking deductive genius, since his birth in the pages of Strand magazine in 1887, has inspired many admirers to...
  • "Dracula" will visit high school

    Students in La Cañada High School’s theater department have been building their acting skills during rehearsals for the school’s third annual production of “Dracula.” The limited engagement is set to run from on Feb. 27, Feb. 28...
  • Graphic novels: our favorites

    Graphic novels: our favorites
    "Maus" by Art Spiegelman Merely recalling the title tears my guts out. Art Speigelman’s Holocaust narrative “Maus” justly won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Drawn with intensity, the graphic text depicts anthropomorphized mice —...
  • Getting bookishly appy with the iPhone

     
    Lately people have been asking me with excitement what apps I've got on my iPhone, and I shrug and change the subject. It's a phone, it plays music, it gives me directions, it lets me e-mail from as many accounts......
  • Literary auction at Bonhams & Butterfields today

     
    Monday's auction of fine books, manuscripts and historical photographs at Bonhams & Butterfields begins at 10 a.m. PDT. Among the signature pieces are a world atlas, dating from the late 1500s, with vivid color maps, detailed drawings of the locals......
  • Sony's Crackle movie and TV streaming service debuts on Android phone app market

     
    Sony's Crackle movie and TV streaming service debuts on Android....
  • Stage frights: ‘Dracula’ at UCF

     
    In Friday's Calendar section, I highlight many of the spooky offerings coming to Orlando's stages in time for Halloween, including “Dracula” at the University of Central Florida. Count Dracula (Luke Bernard) makes his move on Lucy (Hallie...
  • Supper clubs: The party as performance art

     
    Hollywood is awash in recently opened bars and clubs right now, but two brand new destinations near Hollywood & Highland are using a fresh approach to woo night owls: experiential entertainment. At new clubs Premiere Supper Club and Supperclub Los Angeles...
  • Review: ‘Dracula’ from UCF Conservatory Theatre

     
    Is it ironic to point out that ‘Dracula’ seems dated? I mean, the title character has been around for 500 years, we’re told. But Dracula’s story, onstage at the University of Central Florida, seems a throwback to another time. Wat...