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Interview: Laura Liddell Nolen, Author of ‘The Ark’

"I’m after any reader with a sense of adventure."

"To this day, I can’t actually believe it when people tell me they read my book and enjoyed it." Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Miracle Worker at Actors Co-op

William Gibson's Tony award-winning 1959 classic receives a nicely-performed but complicatedly-staged revival in Hollywood. Read More »

Interview with Award Winning Author Carmen Swick

"If you write from your heart you can never go wrong." Read More »

Google Glasses: A Vision of Brain-Blindness?

Google's augmented reality specs allow users to look out rather than down, but is this safer, or safe at all? Read More »

Interview with Gerald Elias, Author of Death and the Maiden

"If you’ve ever played in a string quartet, you’ll know it doesn’t take very long before everyone wants to kill each other." Read More »

Book Review: Emma & I by Sheila Hocken

"I don't care if you can see I'm blind. I can see too: I've got Emma, and she's all I need." Read More »

DVD Review: A Voyage Round My Father

A Voyage Round My Father is a son’s remembrance of the father he so clearly loved. Read More »

Book Review: I Am Potential by Patrick Henry Hughes

Patrick Hughes was born with handicaps, but his family helped him reach his full potential. Read More »

DVD Review: Tombs of the Blind Dead

Moody, atmospheric, Spanish horror from 1971. Read More »