What We’re Reading This Week

GREGORY Farewell, My Lovely by Raymond Chandler "According to Chandler, Los Angeles in 1940 was a very down and out town. Searching for a missing woman, Philip Marlowe strolls through a segregated city deflecting gangsters, drunks, and exhausted cops. This is a great portrait of depression-era LA where the drinks are rye, everyone wears cheap suits, … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

Books Getting The Movie Treatment – Read Them First! (Part 1)

Love it or hate it, the book adaptation to film/TV show pipeline is here to stay. I, for one, am not against it, on principle. There have been some really great adaptations, films that stand on their own as great works that happen to have great source material in literary form. But the history of … Continue reading Books Getting The Movie Treatment – Read Them First! (Part 1)