An essay on gynobibliophobia and the critical reception of women writers.
Thursday, June 9
Monday, June 6
A profile of filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar during the 2004 Cannes International Film Festival.
Wednesday, June 1
A rare interview with Gene Hackman, who says Welcome to Mooseport was his last movie, unless he “could do it in my own house.”
Tuesday, May 31
These were the people I lived with, these were my friends, these were my family, this was myself. I’d photograph people dancing while I was dancing Or people having sex while I was having sex. Or people drinking while I was drinking.
Monday, May 30
It is a story that seems almost impossible to believe: a group of female convicts, few of whom had ever played a musical instrument or taken voice lessons, forming a country and western band and becoming, at least in Texas, the Dixie Chicks of their day.
Thursday, May 26
On the eve of the release of The Tree of Life, a look back at the turbulent making of Terence Malick’s debut.
Wednesday, May 25
Tuesday, May 24
An interview on craft:
Writing The Subs in three nights was really a fantastic athletic feat as well as mental, you shoulda seen me after I was done...I was pale as a sheet and had lost fifteen pounds and looked strange in the mirror.
On the unlikely friendship between Nelson Algren and the young writer during the final years of Algren’s life.
It was June of 1980 when Nelson called me breathlessly from the highway.
Monday, May 23
A profile of silent film comedian Buster Keaton:
The story of his life seems in its twists and dives borrowed from his movies, survival demanding a pure lack of sentiment.