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Charlie Sheen Reveals He Has HIV With Grace Under Pressure

If he can indeed help others – even save other lives – Charlie’s story has a much happier ending than anyone could have imagined for him a few days ago. Read More »

Rachel Dolezal, Caitlyn Jenner, and Ernest Hemingway – Understanding the Narrative of Self

munch the scream

This is the lot of celebrities and their worst nightmare – the self-narrative taken out of their own hands and spun out of control. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking’ by Olivia Laing

Trip to Echo Springs

Olivia Laing travels America in search of the effects of alcohol on six great authors. Read More »

Movie Review: Silver Linings Playbook – Romeo and Juliet On Meds

If you are expecting happy endings in life, maybe this isn’t the film for you (or maybe, just maybe, it is). Read More »

Common Core Wars: The English Teachers Strike Back

Most English teachers are letting it be known that literature is something that they teach well and wish to continue that pattern of success. Read More »

The Unbearable Lightness of Being a Sportswriter

Hemingway said only heavy lifting was harder work than writing, so let us consider sportswriting the heavy lifting. Read More »

From John le Carré to Jake Needham: Spies That Don’t Die

The spy novel lives on. Read More »

Interview: Exclusive One-on-One with J.A. Jance (Part 1)

J.A. Jance dishes about the donkey that thought girls "ought to be teachers or nurses" rather than writers. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: A Farewell to Arms (1932)

Frank Borzage meets Ernest Hemingway, and Borzage comes out on top. Read More »

Running of the Bulls in Pamplona – A Tradition That Keeps on Goring

What would make perfectly healthy and sane people stand in the way of a two thousand pound bull? Read More »