A riposte in re-posting: The case of the disappearing Camilla Läckberg review is answered by simply returning it to the ranks.
After the Nordic Cool 2013 festival, U.S. artists, arts administrators, and audiences can make meaning of the experience for their future benefit.
National Book Month’s journey leads to discovering two little bookstores – one urban, one in a small town, and one from the shelf of the other.
The book towns of Norway and the United Kingdom suggest possibilities for used books and their sellers in boosting local economies.
The TV series “Revolution” manages to forget everything the Lancaster County Pennsylvania Dutch retained for centuries.
The remarkable Hollister family of U.S. children’s literature resurface in a unique Norwegian bookstore.
“That was special” may be the appropriate response to Danny Boyle’s elaborate and scattered Opening Ceremony.
The Games-That-Must-Not-Be-Named are almost upon us, in a military theater that promises traffic jams both verbal and automotive.
The End of the World as very few know it.
An author’s online tantrum at a review leads to an exploration of what really is different with the Internet.
A Facebook meme on the literary canon resembles the Internet tendency toward self-referentiality.
A science fiction anthology’s rise demonstrates the grass-roots potential of IT.