Submitted By Jerry
Today at Flavorpill, we read about one artists works that traveled to space, and then we gazed at photos of three space shuttle flight decks.We caught a peek at the way Game of Thrones would have looked without its incredible special effects. We watched a tale of two cities by Tony Miotto, based on Vahram [...]
The debut novel is a tricky thing. Sure, the author may have put out short story collections or written pieces for major magazines, but a novel is truly a different animal, one which some authors h...
Its that wonderful time of the year! Yes, its December, which means we get to make many end-of-year lists and generally pontificate about what we liked and didnt like about 2013 but more importantl...
I will admit that when I sat down to watch Bonnie and Clyde not the great 1967 Arthur Penn film, but the new two-part miniseries that was apparently so ambitious as to necessitate the collaborat...
Saul Bass was a man of many talents. From Academy Award-winning filmmaker to graphic designer, his exacting aesthetic made his touch an instant brand. His most recognizable work includes the title ...
An entire holiday gift guide devoted to David Bowie? Isnt that just a bit much? you might ask. To which we might respond, You realize this is Flavorwire youre reading, right? Publication-wide fando...
Haas has come to his last day at the hospital, and gives a very gracious speech to the other doctors and nurses. Libby drops by to say goodbe to him too. She tells Haas she feels responsible. There...
I wrote a thesis once, which is important because not counting one fiscal year of grants, stacked end to end, its the longest piece Ive finished so far. That thesis was how I realized writing longf...
With winter break looming large, it's time to get a stack of books together for a nice long afternoon of escapist fiction. Go ahead and indulge yourself with these adventures -- I'm sure you deserv...
The poet Ronald Johnson rather infamously referred to San Francisco as Oz, the Emerald City. He freely intermingled his love of Frank L. Baum's novels about the magical realm with his poeticized vi...
There are many facets to stories, and many ways for them to be told. They can, for example, vary in their media, in their structure, and in their content. In At Night We Walk In Circles, Daniel Ala...
Dror Burstein is a telescope. To read Netanya, the Israeli author's new memoir, is to pass inside the Givatayim observatory where Burstein's grandfather once accompanied him, where the magnified vi...