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The 2 Kinds of Morning Writer

Sarah Stodola | Posted 07.07.2015 | Books
Sarah Stodola

While researching my book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors, one of the most important habits I gauged was the time of day that successful authors get their writing done. Not surprisingly, more writers I studied do their best work in the morning than at any other time.

Revisiting The Bottom Line: An Interview with Allan Pepper, Plus Jon Regen and Sarah Jaffe Exclusives

Mike Ragogna | Posted 06.21.2015 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

The Bottom Line has been closed for eleven years, it closed January 2nd, 2004. I think about it all the time because I spent a great deal of my life there. One of the things I'm working on is an oral history viewed from the perspective of the performers who performed there.

Movie Review: Child 44 -- Leave This One Behind

Marshall Fine | Posted 06.18.2015 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Certainly the pedigree of Child 44 makes it seem promising. But the timing of the release -- April, a pre-summer graveyard -- and the fact that it wasn't screened for critics until shortly before opening both mitigate against it. 

Garrison Keillor Tells Us The Difference Between Plumbing And Storytelling

Posted 05.15.2013 | Books

“Is the art of storytelling dead?” Garrison Keillor, the host for the 2013 Moth Ball in New York, said he was once asked this question by a fan...

Intellectual Empathy

Michael Jinkins | Posted 09.17.2012 | Education
Michael Jinkins

The capacity for intellectual empathy is essential to those who wish to live generously and with integrity in a pluralistic society. It is even more essential today than in times past.

What Your Favorite Author Says About You

Posted 09.21.2011 | Books

We know the cliche goes, “You are what you eat," but it should really be, "You are what you read.” Or rather, who you read. One's favorite author ...

Spotted Reading In Public: What Have We Seen You Reading Recently? (PHOTOS)

Posted 07.13.2011 | Books

We've had our eyes on you lately and have seen you reading a wide array of genres, as usual. From best-sellers to beloved classics, you've been seen r...

Richard Prince And Gagosian Gallery Lose Copyright Case

The Art Newspaper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

new york. A US District judge has ruled in favour of photographer Patrick Cariou in his copyright lawsuit against artist Richard Prince. Cariou ori...

What Will Survive of Us?

Geoff Dyer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Geoff Dyer

The first one I saw was on the corner of West 36th St and Sixth Avenue: a racing bicycle, painted completely white (tyres, saddle, spokes--everything)...

It Is Better to Ask Forgiveness Than to Ask Permission

John Thompson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Education
John Thompson

To teach delayed and instant gratification, which were standards that I was required to cover, I photocopied and censored a passage for my students of Richard Price's brilliant novel, Clockers.

Do Pen Names Re-Launch Authors' Careers?

The Washington Post | Tawny Tipples* | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Last week, the literary world was introduced to an unknown writer named Jay Morris, who announced that he will debut the first in a series of detectiv...

Artlog's Top Art & Culture Picks

Artlog | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

Happening all weekend is the Northside Festival, which will see exhibitions, special events and musical performances taking place at over 25 galleries in Williamsburg.

Movie Review: Brooklyn's Finest

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Once upon a time, movies like Brooklyn's Finest were part of the mainstream. Tough and sorrowful, they offered flawed heroes, usually cops with tarnished ideals.

Names Of New Sun-Times Owners Released

Huffington Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago

Businessman Jim Tyree released the names of his ten co-investors in the Sun-Times Media Group Friday. Besides Tyree, the CEO of Mesirow Financial Grou...

Obama's Beach Books -- and Yours

Rick Horowitz | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Rick Horowitz

The thing about beach books -- or even "beach books" -- isn't the total tonnage of the entire pile. It's the glow of the glorious possibilities.