By Keith Rice 2 min read
One of the most famous short stories in American literature crafted by one of the twentieth century’s most influential suspense and horror writers, Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” remains both
By Valerie Kalfrin 6 min read
Peter Benchley’s 1974 novel Jaws did more than frighten and fascinate a generation of swimmers. It also inspired a young Steve Alten to research stories about great white sharks and their ancestors.
By Meghan McCullough 4 min read
We caught up with Kevin Kwan, author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy, prior to the movie adaptation hitting theaters to get his thoughts on the film.
By Valerie Kalfrin 7 min read
Twenty years after the adaptation of Elmore Leonard's Out of Sight hit theaters, we are considering the biggest differences between the film and the book.
By Keith Rice 7 min read
Did you know that these popular television shows originated from memoirs and novels? From "Bones" to "The 100," this might shock you.
By Keith Rice 4 min read
Twenty-five years after its release in theaters across the U.S., Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park," adapted from the Michael Crichton novel, holds up.