By Lucy Ives 5 min read
Lucy Ives, author of Impossible Views of the World, describes the ways in which art can be used in fiction writing to blur the lines of reality.
By Jennie Yabroff 7 min read
Jonathan Lethem spoke to Signature about the difference between the west and east coasts, stories and novels, and how he assembled his latest collection.
By Nathan Gelgud 1 min read
Illustrator Nathan Gelgud illustrates the half-century of film contributions from Woody Allen.
By Christine Spines 4 min read
There are two primary reasons why film has maintained its powerful hold over popular culture.
By Joe Muscolino 3 min read
Timothy J. Colder is the disgruntled little boy in the new Kraft Macaroni & Cheese commercial (video included) revealing what really goes on at your mother's book club. Timothy, shocked to see his mother eating his macaroni and cheese, has a good book for them. It's called "A Mother's Betryal" by Timothy J. Colder. It's an autobiography.