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Index sets up China shop

Index Holdings, a mobile communications and media group, has launched a China office, Index China, through group company Index Asia Pacific, the company announced Thursday. In partnership with China M... read more

Are Feminist Dystopias the #MeToo Movement of Literature?

Perhaps not coincidentally, there has also recently been a steady rise in post-apocalyptic/dystopian books that feature control over some aspect(s ... Many of us might not choose to read another novel ... read more

The Wendigo

He was ready ... up for the first time. The first time he saw it, he’d been out in the back with the dogs at the grill, smoking a cigarette and roasting some steaks up for the three of them. It had be... read more

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Stop Demonizing Preppers

"When the shit hit the fan during Irene," she says instead ... But so what? Does it really matter if some of the stories I've seen in the last few months have been too sweeping? Yes, it does. It's alw... read more

The 25 Greatest Movies Never Made

Or for reductive purposes: the Greatest Movies Never Made ... hopelessly strange and rudderless. Robert Bresson’s “Genesis” What Was It?: Robert Bresson’s unrealized adaptation of the “Book of Genesis ... read more

100 Best Movies to Stream on Netflix Right Now

The first one, 1976’s Frosty’s Winter Wonderland, involves Frosty’s young friends building him a wife named Crystal. The second is ever-so-slightly more ambitious: One hour and 37 minutes long, compar... read more

A Day in the Life of an Indie Publisher: Akashic Books

That philosophy is amplified on the catalog’s first page: “Akashic Books is an award-winning independent company dedicated to publishing literary fiction and political nonfiction by authors ... but th... read more

World in a Window

At first ... sure I was as okay as I could be, they left, saying they’d contact me in the morning with more details. I couldn’t take it in. How could my parents be gone? In one second, one accident, o... read more

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