If you could meet and interrogate your local film critics, free of charge, would you do it?
When movies make fun of religious characters, should we laugh?
A criminal steals a baby. Are you laughing? A rabbi uses Jesus’s name in vain? Is that funny?
My book Through a Screen Darkly was published in 2007. Martha Bayles’ book, grabbing the same title, was published in January 2014. I’m going to take that as a compliment.
Lee Hough was my friend, my counselor, my confidant, my voice of reassurance, my coach.
Christmas is coming. Pick up any of my five books to give as Christmas gifts, and I’ll mail you the following as a no-charge bonus:
I’m jealous of anybody who has time to read. I’m especially jealous of folks who have time to read fifty two books in one year!
In preparation for my first real trip to New York, I had a conversation with Christy Tennant, host of IAM Conversations for the International Arts Movement. Christy started off by going right for the sore spot: What do I think of the Oscar nominations? So…
I gave a Through a Screen Darkly presentation in Spokane yesterday, and I’m still grinning from the fun I had there. Many thanks to the College Women’s Association of Spokane for giving me a warm welcome, and proving to be gracious hosts during my stay on Tuesday and Wednesday. Special
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