The teenage heroine of Caitlin Moran's How to Build a Girl is sex-obsessed, which is normal, considering Moran believes teenage girls need but three hobbies: long country walks, masturbation and revolution.Read Full Story
When Westley from The Princess Bride calls your phone, it's only natural to start screaming. Actor Cary Elwes even told me to just let it out. I didn't. I kept things professional, although I did giggle like a little girl.Read Full Story
When I asked Gregory Maguire the identity of his favorite witch, he first checked his witch ball, because of course he owns one. A witch ball is like a reflective Christmas ornament you hang from the ceiling to make sure there aren't any witches hiding in corners.Read Full Story
Harper Lee penned one of the most iconic pieces of American literature, To Kill a Mockingbird, and she's famous for being reclusive and shy of the media. Then, in 2004, she opened her door for Chicago Tribune writer Marja Mills — and Mills' life changed forever.Read Full Story
In the back-page bio of her upcoming children's picture book, The Squickerwonkers, Evangeline Lilly admits she always wanted to be a writer. Now, she is, officially, but hey, what about that whole successful actress thing?Read Full Story
Hilarious, heartbreaking and edgy, with a shocking twist, Abdi Nazemian's fiction debut, The Walk-In Closet, provides a glimpse into the lives of the Iranian-American elite. We asked the screenwriter of The Quiet, Celeste in the City, Beautiful Girl and the short film Revolution what sparked the inspiration behind his characters.Read Full Story
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