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The Reader
Stephen Daldry, working from a superior script by David Hare, has crafted a film about guilt, love, and history which stars Ralph Fiennes, Kate Winslet, and newcomer David Kross.
"...is adapted, but Oprah did, and apparently that sealed the deal: Morally ambiguous times such as our own recall..."

Dec. 26, 2008 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Reader's Field Guide to Michael Noll
The Austin writer behind The Writer's Field Guide
"...The night of Michael Noll’s BookPeople reading, the seating ran..."

April 4, 2018 Arts Post by Katarina Brown

Writing 'The Reader'
Scripter David Hare on Germany's long reckoning with its past
"...The back flap of Bernhard Schlink's 1995 German-language The Reader..."

Dec. 26, 2008 Screens Feature by Kevin Kelly

What's Wrong With Josh, I Loved 'The Reader'
"...choose for my worst film ever Amadeus, which told the story of the musical prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Most..."

Jan. 13, 2009 Postmarks

The Da Vinci Code
Faithful adaptation of Dan Brown's bestseller treats the novel as if it were a sacred text even though it's basically a Hardy Boys mystery dressed up in provocative attire.
"...Jürgen Prochnow, Etienne Chicot and Jean-Yves Berteloot. God help the moviegoer with attention deficit disorder: The Da Vinci Code..."

May 26, 2006 Movie Review by Steve Davis

The Client
"...Parker, Anthony Lapaglia and Ossie Davis. “Objection, your honor! The protagonist is being willfully stupid! Again!” All through this..."

July 29, 1994 Movie Review by Robert Faires

'A People’s History of Sports in the United States'
Zirin's book rates amongst the best in his field
"...In A People’s History of Sports in the United States ($26.95, The New Press), author David Zirin..."

March 5, 2010 Sports Post by Timothy Braun

New Writers of the Purple Prose
The romance field, Margraet Moser writes, is unique in its symbiosis: Most writers come from the ranks of readers and therefore understand the marriage of reader and book. The sisterhood and moral support in this almost exclusively female dominion is palpable. It is also gratifying and empowering and, in a few cases, exceedingly lucrative.
"...As the rest of the country began settling into Indecision 2000,..."

Dec. 8, 2000 Books Feature by Margaret Moser

The Poetry of Pain
The Fires
"...What fills the holes dug by lies; what breeds in dank silence;..."

Aug. 6, 1999 Books Review

A Cookbook a Day Keeps the Munchies at Bay
Texas Book Festival showcases seven food books from around the world
"...With the Texas Book Festival rolling into town, there's just one..."

Oct. 25, 2019 Food Feature by Emily Beyda

The Great American Drug Book
How Robert Sabbag set out to write the Great American Novel but ended up becoming the nation's best chronicler of the drug trade.
"...a lot of people. He was going to write the Great American Novel. But it was the early Seventies..."

Jan. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Pride of the Yankees?
Evan Smith translates a New York pedigree into the editorship of Texas Monthly.
"...Burka, senior executive editor and lead political reporter for the magazine. "But Evan Smith, though ... that's an interesting..."

July 20, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Years of the Dead
The Mexico of now, David Garza writes, is not held only within the borders of Mexico itself. It has spread northward, re-entered its old space, in a sense. For so many of the Mexicans, displaced but still infatuated with the idea of spirit and ghost, the nation itself is a ghost in the back of the head.
"...The Years With Laura Díazby Carlos Fuentes translated by Alfred..."

Oct. 27, 2000 Books Feature by David Garza

The Wrenchies Draws a Mad, Mad World
Dalrymple signs today at Austin Books & Comics
"...evil shadows, magic spheres, and kid gangs, but it’s the dose of existentialism in a dense and infinitely-layered plot..."

Nov. 10, 2014 Books Post by Jessi Cape

Texas Book Festival 2015: The Book of Aron
Jim Shepard's child's-eye view of the Warsaw Ghetto reviewed
"...as in What Maisie Knew. Jim Shepard’s Kirkus Prize-nominated The Book of Aron is not as subtle as Henry..."

Oct. 15, 2015 Arts Post by James Renovitch

Stan the Man
The legendary name behind Marvel Comics comes to town for Wizard World
"...Norse god. It's a 91-year-old native New Yorker with the heart of a child, an imagination that soared across..."

Nov. 22, 2013 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Post No Williams: A Vivid Section of the Human Animal
A tripartite view of The Collected Stories of Diane Williams
"...1) “What these are,” says my Uncle Stan, “are the record of..."

Dec. 24, 2018 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016: The Best Stories of the Year
Edited by Laura Furman
"...Let's get this out of the way first: The short story is not a mini-book,..."

Nov. 4, 2016 Arts Feature by Joe O'Connell

Off the Stack: Holiday Procrastination Reading
"...Breathless features in the style sections of Time and The New York Times..."

Dec. 13, 2007 Design Post by Anne Harris

The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott
Who runs the world? Secretaries, spies, and survivors in Lara Prescott's debut novel
"...You'd think the most alluring element in the title of the debut..."

Sept. 13, 2019 Arts Review by Rosalind Faires

The Haunted Bookshelf
Heavens, this series of reprints of vintage ghost stories may unsettle the composure of the steadiest reader
"...uncommonly pale aspect and furtive demeanor, but I am rather shaken from an encounter that I find myself almost..."

Dec. 2, 2016 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Lit-urday: 'The Vacationers'
Emma Straub's new novel reviewed
"...is Emma Straub's new novel of snobs on holiday the one to pull off the shelf?..."

June 7, 2014 Books Post by Amy Kamp

The Soul of the Scent
Perfume and pleasure in Alyssa Harad's 'Coming to My Senses'
"...nose into my wrist and inhaled deeply, pondering for the first time in years the perfume I’d rotely put..."

July 11, 2012 Books Post by Kimberley Jones

It's the Thoughts That Count
The folklore of love
"...The Folklore of Love Anthropologist Betty Mindlin reaches deep into..."

Dec. 6, 2002 Books Feature by Rachel Feit

Elizabeth Crook’s The Which Way Tree
Chasing revenge on the Texas frontier in this remarkable new novel from the author of Monday, Monday
"..."I seen the panther before me, but not facing me, as it..."

March 9, 2018 Books Review by Robert Faires

Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: Where's the Fire?
How urgent is the plan to aid the music and creative sectors?
"...smoke from a wildfire. When musicians and artists told the Arts and Music commissions about the crises Austin creatives..."

July 1, 2016 Arts Post by Robert Faires

We Remember What the Dormouse Said
Ten authors cut you a little slice of their own personal Wonderlands
"...Down the rabbit hole we go, reader, and you're already familiar..."

March 31, 2015 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Page Two: Along the Bias
Lack of media objectivity cuts all ways
"..."When the legend becomes fact, print the legend!"..."

Aug. 17, 2007 Column by Louis Black

Enter the Hugos
We Take On the Best of SF
"...finally figured out why speculative fiction is poo-poo'd by the literary powers-that-be: SF writers just can't manage to succinctly..."

July 31, 1998 Books Feature by Adrienne Martini

Page Two: Sitting on the Dock of the Bay Watching the Tide Roll Away
The Chronicle at 35
"..."The present-day composer refuses to die!"..."

Sept. 2, 2016 Column by Louis Black

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