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Book Review: ‘Entwined’ by Heather Dixon

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Is the memory of love enough to keep a Kingdom from falling into darkness from a mistake made long ago? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Counterstrike’ by John Groh

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How does a family survive when money is at the root of their existance. What happens when an outsider only adds further to their distrust, fanning the flames of greed? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Room of Tears’ by Linda Merlino

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In 2041, a Catholic friar is given evidence of the events of September 11, 2001... Read More »

Interview with Linda Merlino, Author of ‘Room of Tears’

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" If my muse fails to collaborate it is likely because she is bored with my attempts to override her suggestions." Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Julius Caesar (The Royal Shakespeare Company)

Re-imagined in modern-day West Africa, Shakespeare's great Roman tragedy feels like an astounding new work. Read More »

Movie Review: Storytelling

This movie is a film director's very own personal diss track. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Mansai Nomura’s Macbeth at the Japan Society

A cast of five tells an intense, streamlined version of the Scottish play. In Japanese, but I hardly noticed. Read More »

Music Review: Lost in the Trees – A Church That Fits Our Needs

Picker's tribute to his late mother: sad, uplifting, brutal, and always honest. Read More »

Book Review: The Serpent’s Bite by Warren Adler

The Serpent's Bite is a taut, suspenseful tragedy that delves into the darkest taboos and evil parts of human nature. Read More »

The Dark Knight or “Missy the Missile”?

Tragedy or triumph? Who really wins? The Olympics as a part of a healing process. Read More »