Two books positively straining at their bindings are in your local bookstore right now; pick them up, and you'll be glad you did.
Read Whole Story
I knew that David had a good heart and decided to bypass his producer and make the pitch to him directly. It would be a different kind of television to be sure, I acknowledged, but it would also be a first.
Irish writer Brendan Behan was as renown for his plays as his drinking antics, but attempting to present the life of this complicated, talented man, who died in 1964, is tough.
I think fiction lends itself to messiness rather than the ideal, and plays well with the ironies surrounding what happens versus what should happen.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Though Ireland is a small country, it has had a huge impact on the English-speaking world over the course of its history. Som...
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