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TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Metafiction’

Castiel - Misha Collins of Supernatural

“Metafiction” is structured to provoke thought, to encourage questioning of the text. Read More »

‘Glee’ Needs to Stop Breaking the Fourth Wall


When I'm watching teenagers sing pop songs under a laser show wearing head-to-toe sequins, I don't want to be reminded how crazy it is. Read More »

Book Review: Generosity: An Enhancement by Richard Powers

Award-winning novelist Richard Powers explores whether happiness is a matter of genetics and, if so, the potential ramifications. Read More »

Book Review: The Angel’s Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Zafon's second novel for mature readers is an atmospheric powerhouse that falters in its confused and confusing last act. Read More »

Book Review: Fiction by Ara 13

13’s humor makes Fiction an enjoyable read, which serves a greater purpose in helping to lighten the narrative when later more heavily-digestible issues are discussed. Read More »