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Mar. 16, 2017It's not so much a question of profitability or viability, but durability: will modern musicals have the staying power of older classics?
Mar. 15, 2017Barbara Hamilton's novel The Ninth Daughter is a great addition to this subgenre, with the introduction of a series based around one of our most famous Founding Mothers: Abigail Adams.
Jan. 19, 2017Allegiance, the Broadway musical about Japanese interment during World War II, is going to be back on the big screen this month.
Jan. 09, 2017"Snowbank coffers make bad investments." A poem inspired by the recent winter weather.
Jan. 06, 2017This year marks a change for the awards organization (must be something about 2017, changes all around).
Jan. 05, 2017Were you thrilled by the live television musical phenomena of the last few years, or did you hate tweet them? Regardless, NBC's decided to shake things up with something different in 2017: a live televised drama.
Jan. 04, 2017I was pleasantly surprised by Fatherland. It shakes the alternate history formula up by putting the focus squarely on Nazi Germany itself, a perfect setting for the novel's noir vibe.
Jan. 03, 2017In 2017, I'm trying a new schedule with both more and less structure.
Jan. 02, 2017I try my hand at a Rondeau poem; subject: time travel and its lingering impact.
Jun. 29, 2016It's that time again: the INSPY award judges have ruled, and the 2016 winners are ready to be announced.