Samuel Johnson wrote the dictionary.James Boswell’s “Life of Samuel Johnson” is apparently, “WIDELY REGARDED as the finest literary biography ever published.” Okay.
An interview with the author of Robotcop Too.
Read the novel.
For a graphic design class, I whipped up a published version of this silly novel I’m writing. It centers around a maniacal body-builder slash hard-nosed detective who has to learn to “play by the rules” to get along with his new partner, a paper-pushing adult female mountain lion.
It’s a comedy.
The seventh and final book of the Harry Potter franchise was released at midnight on July 21st, 2007. Lines were a mile long down Harvard St. in Allston, and the police presence was heavy.
If the integrity of the line was lost and, god forbid, someone lost their pre-paid ticket, they would be forced to wait a day or two to read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The tension was palpable. We stood in line for hours, silently acknowledging that a riot could break out at any moment.
We escaped with our lives. Barely.