The Bookseller – 2011-09-30
Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Fri, 30/09/2011 - 10:57 Transworld has acquired John Irving's next two novels, securing hardback as well as paperback rights for the first time....
New York Times – 2008-11-19
Mr. Brecher wrote vaudeville sketches, jokes, comedies for the Marx Brothers, a television series and screenplays for movie musicals including ?Meet Me in St. Louis? and ?Bye Bye Birdie.?
Los Angeles Times – 2012-05-13
The author's 13th novel is a story about AIDS, sexual identity and the loss that comes with growing up, but its general tone of acceptance means that its characters' struggles aren't too difficult.In...
Fast Company – 2013-07-19
In 1946, Harper, responsible for creating the iconic Marshmallow sofa, designed the logo that the company uses to this day. [Editor’s note: The following is republished from WHY, a new...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-29
While the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to lock up nearly all of the pieces from its Eastern Conference championship team last season, they could still be without Kyrie Irving deep into next season.
CBC – 2015-11-07
John Irving's latest book Avenue of Mysteries taps into familiar themes of sex, clairvoyance and faith — subjects the Canadian-based American author says keep him up at night.
Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-11
D'Angelo Russell's youth was again a talking point. The Lakers rookie was not as mature as two prominent point guards Byron Scott worked with earlier in his NBA coaching career, Chris Paul and Kyrie...
Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-10
They slept tight and the bedbugs didn't bite. The Clippers wouldn't let them. Fully aware of Cleveland guard Kyrie Irving's experience with the tiny creatures at the 105-year-old Skirvin Hilton here...
Los Angeles Times – 2016-06-14
LeBron James had a simple mantra before Game 5, and he shared it publicly. Win or lose, the Cleveland Cavaliers had to return home after playing Monday at Golden State. So why not win and force a...
The New York Times – 2016-08-27
Nathan Hill, 40, in Chicago. His novel, “The Nix,” is to be published by Alfred A. Knopf on Tuesday.