Five never-before-published works of short fiction bring the author's unique "ways of looking at the world" back into the spotlight.
Callousness and carelessness are damning parts of our national character.
Primary Colors by Anonymous with Joe Klein When a naïve congressional worker joins the presidential campaign of a Bill Clinton
Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt.
His books were a siren song for the youth of the '60s and '70s, written with a voice at once cynical, melancholy and darkly humorous. On the ninth anniversary of his death this week, fresh interest is building in the bitingly comic author - followers have launched a drive to fund a new library and a top screenwriter is working to bring "Cat's Cradle" to television.
Come join the Temple of Bad team of Orenthal Hawkins, Andrea Lipinski, Kevin Lauderdale (whose formidable editing kung fu
Kickstarter page: A Permanent Home for Kurt Vonnegut's Legacy Banned Book Week at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library In Support
I, despite the soft nature of my personality you may assume based off the poem, do care. I make poetry and prose and that's it. It's the end product of what I do. I give it away for free in the hope that someone, somewhere will buy one of my books and I can use that money to support me and my family.
In Vonnegut's world it wasn't the manhattan that mattered, it was the loneliness. In the later years of his life he cautioned
When I reflected upon my friendship with Mike Nichols as I watched the HBO special Becoming Mike Nichols, I was most moved by his comments about directing the final scene of The Graduate.
Through a nationwide survey, anyone born after December 2000 was invited to suggest and choose from names including the Navigators, the Builders, and the Bridge Generation. The whole affair left me feeling... pretty strange.
"There’s only one rule that I know of, babies -- God damn it, you’ve got to be kind."