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  • Tribune archive: Interview with E.L. James, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author

    Tribune archive: Interview with E.L. James, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author
    The “Fifty Shades of Grey” film has racked up more than $130 million in domestic box office receipts in two-and-a-half weeks. And critics have had a fine time indulging in literary masochism by reading through the source material, the bondage homage book by E.L. James.
  • 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Dresses Up A Lot Of Nothing

    E.L. James' 2011 novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" is a tawdry bit of business. The saga of a ostensibly intelligent woman who can't decide whether to give her lover permission to beat her is told with some of the most vapid writing since "Twilight." The...

    Book review: With 'Prince Lestat,' Anne Rice brings vampire novel back from dead

    Book review: With 'Prince Lestat,' Anne Rice brings vampire novel back from dead
    Before Stephenie Meyer watered down vampires with sparkles and high school drama, Anne Rice reigned supreme in the world of the undead. With “Prince Lestat,” out Tuesday, she retakes her throne as queen of the damned. Rice’s latest...

    Book Review: 'The Last American Vampire' takes a bite out of history

    Book Review: 'The Last American Vampire' takes a bite out of history
    Don’t let the book’s title fool you: We haven’t heard the last of vampires. In “The Last American Vampire,” author Seth Grahame-Smith expands his world of the undead. Its predecessor, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,...

    'Blood Ransom' vampire tale is a bit anemic

    'Blood Ransom' vampire tale is a bit anemic
    A number of bicultural filmmakers — think Ang Lee and Mira Nair — found their early success delving deep into their heritages and serving up exotic films for American consumption, even if they did so out of practical considerations like...