October 11, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Digital and other New Media tools have made a great amount of books available. Many are free. It is interesting to note who the developers are. The British Library has scanned centuries old books including the Codex Arundel, the Notebooks of Leonardo […]
In this Article, we wish to celebrate his life of Sam Shepard as an Actor, Playwright, and a brief comparison of the theme and purpose of the works of Sam Shepard, and Samuel Beckett.
The headline above is intended to get the reader’s attention to the fact that an Art Museum, here, The Getty, has added over 300 Art Books to its Virtual Library, which are available , free, to Read Online and to Download as a PDF. The Virtual Library “In 2014, Getty Publications launched its Virtual Library […]
April 12, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. The Book in the New Media We have never written before about books for children. Indeed, as Kate Rix has written for Open Culture, “For all of the free literature and essays available online, a surprisingly small amount is geared toward children. Even […]
Les Misérables was born of one of the riskiest—and shrewdest—deals in publishing history. In Hugo, Inc., The Paris Review March 23, 2017, Nina Martyris writes, “In a new book, The Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventure of ‘Les Misérables’, the professor and translator David Bellos condenses tranches of research into a gripping tale about […]
March 1, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Posr Goes Up Every Wednesday The Paris Review has launched a video series, “My First Time,” where artists discuss their “First Work,”and the effect it has had on them as artists. In the video above Karl Ove Knausgaard talks about writing his first book, Ute av verden (Out […]
Vonnegut: Theory in Few Words “The ability to express an idea clearly and simply is a mark of genius.” (Me.) A Short Story “Vonnegut was a graduate student in Anthropology [at the University of Chicago] from 1945 to 1947, after serving in World War II. Vonnegut left Chicago after his Master’s thesis, “’The Fluctuations Between […]