Posts Tagged ‘Mario Puzo’
October 1, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Artists from all over the world reinterpret covers for The Observer’s list of the hundred greatest novels.
The Ransom Center’s Pale King archive is now open to the public.
Look through some of DFW’s extensive notes.
Good news for Louie C.K.: the Puzo estate can’t prevent any future Godfather films.
“The Hobbit, published seventy-five years ago, is not a fantasy-adventure as it is being described, but a myth, or part of a mythology.” On the novel’s scholarly underpinnings.
February 22, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
A cultural news roundup.
R.I.P. Barney Rosset.
Judy Blume’s Oscar picks.
Paramount makes the Puzo Estate an offer it can refuse?
Surely you’re joking, Mr. McCarthy.
A site of one’s own.
A room for one’s books.
Wodehouse’s wartime legacy.
The Master Book of All Plots?
A truly beautiful library.
Forget Washington. Things to do for Wallace’s birthday.
“Fans trek across the country for the chance to see Wallace’s underlined paperbacks, his early drafts, his e-mails to tax experts. The staff has even received a request for a scan of Wallace’s handwriting, for use as a tattoo.”
He fought Wikipedia, and Wikipedia won.