Michael Chabon shares some of his notes on Romulan culture for Star Trek: Picard.
This week’s Guest Star is Nick Hanover on Herbie! ~~~ Publicly admitting you read comics means you’re willing to put up with a perplexingly persistent notion of the medium as the exclusive domain of the super heroes. Even in the current realm of savvy pop art dabblers as […]
At The Atlantic Wire, Judy Berman writes about Lena Dunham, (and Quentin Tarantino and Michael Chabon) writing about race: “The solution isn’t to prohibit white writers from depicting non-white characters, or to require them to do so. Along with holding these famous names accountable for offensive representations, the […]
Wired and io9 interview Michael Chabon on his screenplay for John Carter, his love of Edgar Rice Burroughs and writing genre fiction.
Zachary Houle writes about Michael Chabon’s latest: “The Escapist project is a sprawling, ambitious form of comic-book meta-fiction that bounces back-and-forth between rediscovered potboilers from the ’40s to ’80s and scholarly essays offering context and academic takes on these works.”