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  • AFI Fest 2011: The literate anxieties of 'The Color Wheel'

     
    A ruefully acid-dipped send-up of the indie family comedy, "The Color Wheel" plays Saturday and Monday as part of AFI Fest. It will also screen on the UCLA campus on Tuesday as a double bill with Perry's first feature, 2009's "Impolex."...
  • “Simpsons” executive producer Al Jean talks Episode 500, the show’s history, and more

     
    This Sunday, Feb. 19, at 8pm ET/PT, The Simpsons will air its milestone 500th episode, “At Long Last Leave,” in which the Simpson family is evicted from Springfield and joins an off-the-grid community outside of town. But it doesn't look as if...
  • 'The Simpsons' at 500: Show runner talks angry Homer, Julian Assange

     
    "The Simpsons" hits its 500th episode on Feb. 19 with guest voice Julian Assange. "The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean has been with the series since the beginning. He talks about his 23 years with "The Simpsons."...
  • A marketing shift: Ryan Chapman leaves FSG for Penguin

     
    Ryan Chapman spearheaded new digital marketing initiatives at FSG; now he's leaving to take over the marketing department at the Penguin Press....
  • Happy (day late) Pynchon in Public Day!

     
    A Jacket Copy operative made it to the L.A. headquarters of Pynchon in Public Day for some Trystero coffee....
  • Secret codes, the Trystero: A mysterious Thomas Pynchon hunt

     
    Stickers marked with the Trystero symbol from Thomas Pynchon's "The Crying of Lot 49" and a coded URL are hidden nationwide. But what do they mean?...
  • Thomas Pynchon's novels will finally be released as e-books

     
    Thomas Pynchon's works will finally enter the e-book universe Wednesday. Will you have to rely on the Trystero for delivery?...
  • Gibson still carving out his corner of cyberspace

    VANCOUVER, Canada -- Back then, it didn't seem like a great career move. "I don't think anyone told me that I was crazy," William Gibson recalled last week, sitting on the leafy patio of a Creole restaurant near his home. "But they didn't read science...
  • Hot type

    Hot type
    What's on your summer reading list? Maybe you've got it all worked out already, but if you don't, here are 60 possibilities, arranged by the months in which they'll be published -- the best of this summer's forthcoming reads. JUNE And Then There's...
  • Duke Elric: A cross between Conan and Camus

    Duke Elric: A cross between Conan and Camus
    Maybe it's the books we read when we're young that stick with us the longest. That's the time when books not only excite us, but seem to tell us about ourselves and our futures. As a teenager I read (wallowed in and feasted upon, really) Tolkien, Evelyn...
  • Favorites 2009: Fiction and poetry

    Favorites 2009: Fiction and poetry
    The Angel's Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (Doubleday) A struggling young writer in 1920s Barcelona accepts a lucrative, diabolical assignment commissioned by a shadowy client. The Anthologist by Nicholson Baker (Simon & Schuster) Meet Paul Chowder, a poet,...