The CBC interviews former Gutter Movie Editor Robin Bougie about Vancouver’s famous and endangered grindhouse palace, The Fox. (He wrote an article about the Fox and the Venus–read it here).
Most major genre fiction publishers are located in either New York or London. Romance is a bit of an exception: Harlequin Books, the world’s largest publisher of romance, is headquartered in Toronto. Nor is the Canadian flag absent on the authorial side. There are Canadian romance writers […]
A fleece, wool and felt AK-47, Uzi pistol or M1A1 bazooka? It’s Soft Corps‘ artsy-craftsy arsenal.(thanks, Steve!)
The Way of the Smock trailer: how illustrated books are made. At least by John Paul Fiorentino and Evan Munday. It seems like a kinda toxic work environment.
Usually, when the media talks about Real Life Superheros they mean firefighters or EMTs or police. NPR’s Monkey See blog means something more awesome: costumed superheroes, featuring the World Superhero Registry. If only they’d included the superheroes’ one costumed mad scientist, Professor Widget.
“No doubt the audience in the plush seats of the Tivoli was enthralled. For the first time in a feature film, they could hear the creaking of the stairs, the ghostly wind and the voices of the characters. Even the credits were spoken.” Eric Veillette writes about The […]