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~ Charles Burns on his new book X’ed Out, the first volume in an epic graphic fiction masterwork.
The Boston Book Festival, is a celebration of the word in all of its forms, from fiction, poetry and non-fiction to theatre, song and spoken word. This event showcases Boston as a center of creativity, innovation, and technology as it relates to books and reading with an all-star cast of nationally known participants, multi-media displays, a buzzing street presence, and a new twist on all-city reading groups.
David Rakoff, recipient of two Lambda Book Awards for Humor, insists that optimism is an irresponsible fad in his new book Half Empty.
“Having a famous father is a leg to nowhere." ~ Mark Vonnegut
Son of late author Kurt Vonnegut discusses his memoir on getting into Harvard Med School and gaining control over his mental illness.
Actresses Dee Wallace, Kristina Klebe, Danielle Harris, Scout Taylor, and Eileen Deitz discuss filming Rob Zombie’s Halloween movies, why they won’t scream on command, and who their movie star idols are, at Rock n’ Shock 2010 in Worcester, MA.
I’ve always said that if I could have any other career, other than the one I currently have, it would be a Scream Queen. On top of being very entertaining, these Scream Queens are quite the inspiration for any female fan. Love their take on screaming on command - never thought of it as a problem. Now I understand why some screams are more horrifying that others. Great job, Scream Queens.