Thoughts on the whole James Gunn firing fiasco.
Want to become a successful writer? Then read this.
Fielding Dawson was an American author of short stories and novels, a painter and collagist, and a student at Black Mountain College.
Few things are as exciting as a boxing match that comes down to the final round.
Robert Lowell was born in 1917 into one of Boston's oldest and most prominent families. He attended Harvard College for two years before transferring to Kenyon College, where he studied poetry under John Crowe Ransom and received an undergraduate degree in 1940. He took graduate courses at Louisiana State University where he studied with Robert Penn Warren and Cleanth Brooks. His first and second books, Land of Unlikeness (1944) and Lord Weary's Castle (for which he received a Pulitzer Prize in 1946, at the age of thirty),
Sit back and enjoy the trip. Things are gonna get weird.
Some quick news from this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Rosemary's Baby is a 1967 horror novel by American writer Ira Levin, his second published book. It sold over 4 million copies, "making it the top bestselling horror novel of the 1960s."
The Castaway is an elegiac poem/ballad written by William Cowper in 1799. The poem is written in rhymed stanzas and gives the account of a crewman who was washed overboard during a storm.
Seven-year-old Davy Murmite is convinced there is a monster living under the steps in the basement. Of course, this is just the imagination of a child. Right?
Our pick for the DPW book of the month.
Previous featured writer Leroy B. Vaughn is back to share his somewhat turbulent life as a writer.
When Shauna McAllister returns to her childhood home to recover from a car accident that left her in a coma and wiped out six months of her memory, her estranged father and abusive stepmother blame her for the tragedy, which has left her beloved brother severely brain damaged, but Shauna leans on Wayne Spade, a forgotten but hopeful lover who stays by her side, as she attempts to sort out what happened that night.
"Dover Beach" is a lyric poem by the English poet Matthew Arnold. It was first published in 1867 in the collection New Poems, but surviving notes indicate its composition may have begun as early as 1849. The most likely date is 1851.
In the future a "change" has taken place and the evolution of mankind is taking a new, uncharted step towards the unknown.
Sometimes a man just needs to sleep.