Words Without Borders February: Framing Stories in Graphic Novels

From Publishing Perspectives: Graphic novels, nonfiction, and poetry stand as one of those topics in the wider industry of publishing that seem to be continually “new,” strangely needing to be “introduced” over and over. . . . . As Publishing Perspectives readers know, France’s Festival d’Angoulême recently had its 47th iteration and other festivals and … Read more

Who Should Get the Artwork of Purvis Young?

From The Washington Post Magazine: Link to the rest at The Washington Post Magazine The OP reminded PG of a dispute over an estate that had been going on for over 13 years when he became involved. The estate was worth about $1 million when the woman had died. She was unmarried and had no … Read more

Top 10 golden age detective novels

From The Guardian: Just how golden was the golden age of crime fiction? For some, the celebrated flowering of the detective story in the 1920s and 30s gave us enduringly popular, elegantly written novels that have yet to be bettered. The period introduced us to household names such as Christie, Sayers, Allingham and Tey, and established … Read more