Buzz Bissinger's 'Father's Day' explores bond with his son HERSHEY, Pa. - For lovers of roller coasters, writer Buzz Bissinger and his son Zach are living the dream. Author Buzz Bissinger, left, and his son Zach, who is the subject of his latest work, "Father's Day," at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pa. It's opening day ... 05/17/2012 - 1:11 pm | View Link
Buzz Bissinger's 'Father's Day' explores bond with his son HERSHEY, Pa. – For lovers of roller coasters, writer Buzz Bissinger and his son Zach are living the dream. It's opening day at Hersheypark in "the town built on chocolate." Shoulder to shoulder, the two Bissingers squish together in the front seat of the ... 05/15/2012 - 2:58 am | View Link
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If “Nick Harkaway” sounds like the made-up name of a superhero, you’re half right. He is a super writer, and that comic-book-inspired name is the pseudonym of Nicholas Cornwell, who’s the son of John le Carré, which is the pseudonym of David John Moore Cornwell, who once worked for MI5 and MI6— so who knows if any of this is actually true.
In her superb graphic novel “The Property” (Drawn and Quarterly, $24.95), Israeli author Rutu Modan writes of war’s devastating effects from the long view of multiple generations, even drawing upon the experiences of her ancestors in Poland. So it was especially gratifying for Modan that “The Property” won an Eisner Award for Best New Graphic Album at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 25.
If America has a Victor Hugo, it is Amy Bloom, whose picaresque novels roam the world, plumb the human heart and send characters into wild roulettes of kismet and calamity. Her best known work, “Away,” was an epic adventure set in the early 20th century. In it, a Jewish mother survives a devastating Russian pogrom, comes to America, becomes a famous actor’s mistress, then traverses the country, joins the African American underworld, and crosses Alaska and Siberia in search of her daughter.
Last summer, “Sharknado” struck a world entirely unprepared. The SyFy documentary about a hurricane that blew ravenous sharks all over Los Angeles caused a tidal wave of excitement — mostly on Twitter, the official social media platform of the Apocalypse. Read full article >>