Wheeler Winston Dixon has published a new article, “'Isn’t it Bromantic?' – The Whole Damn Sony Mess, and What It Means,” Film International January 5, 2015, covering the production, distribution, media impact, and the Sony cyberattack associated with the film The Interview (2014). He has also published the following reviews:
"The One I Love: Another Film Lost in the Cosmos," (Review), Film International (Dec. 2014)
“Video Revolutions: On The History of a Medium by Michael Z. Newman,” (Review), Choice (Sept. 2014): 84.
“Film Manifestos and Global Cinema Cultures: A Critical Anthology by Scott MacKenzie, ed.” (Review), Choice (Sept. 2014): 83.
“Coppola (revised, updated edition) by Peter Cowie,” (Review), Choice (Sept. 2014): 82.
On December 5, Matthew Jockers was a guest of the Center for Historical Enquiry and the Social Sciences at Yale University. He discussed his work charting literary influence in the 19th-century novel and conducted an half day workshop on text analysis with R.
Jaime Brunton's poetry chapbook, The Future Is a Faint Song, has just been published by Dream Horse Press. You can purchase the book and read excerpts at Jaime's website.
Raul Palma's review of Stuart Dybek's Ecstatic Cahoots is forthcoming in NANO Fiction and his story "The Gum Scraper," which appeared in Vine Leaves Literary Journal issue #12, will also be included in the 2014 Best of Vine Leaves Anthology.
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