Glen David Brin (born October 6, 1950) is an American scientist and author of science fiction. He has won the Hugo ,   Locus ,    Campbell  and Nebula Awards .  His novel The Postman was adapted into a 1997 feature film starring Kevin Costner .
Harlequin Enterprises ULC (known simply as Harlequin) is a romance and women's fiction publisher founded in Winnipeg, Canada in 1949.From the 1960s, using a combination of high-quality editorial content and dynamic marketing, it grew into the largest publisher of romance fiction in the world.
Charles Bukowski was a prolific underground writer who used his poetry and prose to depict the depravity of urban life and the downtrodden in American society. A cult hero, Bukowski relied on experience, emotion, and imagination in his work, using direct language and violent and sexual imagery.…
His experimental fiction of the 1960s is considered some of the most significant African-American fiction since that of Jean Toomer. Writers from other ethnic groups have credited Baraka with opening “tightly guarded doors” in the white publishing establishment, noted Maurice Kenney in Amiri Baraka: The Kaleidoscopic Torch, who added: “We’d all still be waiting the invitation from the ...
28/05/2021 · Elly Fishman captures the 2017-8 academic year at Chicago’s Roger C. Sullivan High School, tracking the highs and lows of the school’s refugee and immigrant student community in this thoroughly reported account. Fishman examines the concept of the American Dream in the context of the American education system with stunning clarity and insight.
There is a new Hell interview with soulful visage in the current Paper magazine, two more in the British magazines Loud and Quiet and (this unavailable free of charge) Uncut, and an interesting, well-researched, award-winning Notre Dame University American Studies senior thesis by Ross Finney online called "A Blank Generation: Richard Hell and American Punk Rock."
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