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  • Fall books preview: A busy literary season ahead

    Fall books preview: A busy literary season ahead
    If there's a consolation for the end of summer, it's that fall brings an array of books and book events. Below are eight that no dedicated reader should overlook: the high points of a busy season in literature. Sept. 17 The Heyday of Malcolm Margolin:...
  • Lauren Beukes on 'Broken Monsters'

    Lauren Beukes on 'Broken Monsters'
    The South African novelist Lauren Beukes has one twisted imagination. Best known in America for "The Shining Girls," her 2013 novel about a time-traveling serial killer in Chicago, Beukes is now following it up with "Broken Monsters," which begins with...
  • Captain Comics: Comic-book movies will always fly high, despite the crowd of bad ones

    Well, "Sin City" 2 isn't making any money, so I guess we've seen the end of movies based on comic books. Ha, ha! Just kidding. "Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" is tanking at the box office quite impressively, but movies based on comics aren'...
  • ‘Annihilator': Frazer Irving crafts L.A. dreamscape for Hollywood tale

     
    A few years ago, comic book creator Grant Morrison talked to Hero Complex about “a big science fiction story set […]...
  • Theater: 'Mercy Killers' questions U.S. health care system

    A one-man play written and performed by Broadway actor Michael Milligan takes on the state of health care in the United States. "Mercy Killers," at 4:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 p.m. Friday at Zoellner Arts Center, takes an unblinking look at the ends to...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'A Little Chaos'

    , with Kate Winslet starring as a green-thumbed widow hired to design part of the gardens at Versailles for Alan Rickman's Louis XIV. Rickman's first directorial effort since 1997's "The Winter Guest" is a formulaic, broadly drawn historical fiction...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Twisted History: The Work Of Novelist F. Mark Granato

    Have you ever thought about history in terms of "what if?" Author F. Mark Granato explores this fascinating approach to the questions of history as he shares his books and writing process at the Simsbury Public Library. F. Mark Granato grew up in...
  • Ursula K. Le Guin will receive National Book Foundation award

    Ursula K. Le Guin will receive National Book Foundation award
    Science fiction-fantasy legend Ursula K. Le Guin will be awarded the National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, the group announced Tuesday. Le Guin, 84, will be the 27th winner of the medal and the second science...
  • Google doodle honors novelist Leo Tolstoy

    Google doodle honors novelist Leo Tolstoy
    The latest Google doodle honors Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy.  The doodle is actually a series of cartoons from artist Roman Muradov honoring Tolstoy's major works, including "Anna Karenina" and "War and Peace."  Today marks the novelist's 186th...
  • Wednesday's Bulletin Board

    Wednesday Children's Story Time, 10:30 a.m. at Helen B. Hoffman Plantation Library, 501 N. Fig Tree Lane. Free. Call 954-797-2145. College Application Workshop, 6 p.m. at Parkland Library, 6620 University Drive. Free. Call 954-757-4200. Healthy Eating:...
  • Legendary Nabs International Rights to Syfy's 'The Expanse'

    Alcon Television Group has inked a deal with Legendary Global Television Distribution to handle international distribution rights for its Syfy series "The Expanse." This marks the first property to be sold through Legendary Television's new worldwide...