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Anthem Film Fest – Trust the Government, NOT!


Like Orwell’s protagonist Winston Smith, the heroes of both The Pilgrim and Silver Circle see something they shouldn't have and this starts them on the road to thought-crimes and more. Read More »

Book Review: Into The Wild (Warriors) by Erin Hunter

An excellent book about governance amongst mythical cat clans in a forest. Read More »

Book Review: 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

1Q84 is a good tale, but not the blockbuster many expected. Read More »

Book Review: Reich TV by Jeff Pearce

The darkness of times during the Hitler regime. Read More »

Theatre Review (Buffalo, NY): Occupy Animal Farm by Justin Karcher at The Subversive Theatre Collective

Orwell's classic tale is given a modern spin. Read More »

Dystopia and the Brave New Reading World

The future may not be as optimistic as you think, but reading a dystopian novel might seriously open your eyes. Read More »

Theater Review (London): George Orwell’s 1984 presented by the Blind Summit Theatre and BAC

A polished, entertaining, gripping, surprising presentation of Orwell's classic. Read More »

Book Review: Shades of Grey by Jasper Fforde

Thursday Next creator discovers a new world where color is everything. Read More »

Obama and Doublethink

Obama is promising what he can't and won't deliver. Read More »