So if you haven’t read it, or if you have and figure a friend might like a winter’s tale about cancer, family strife, religious conflict, and an ill-advised affair, you can get it for free on iTunes now, and possibly on Amazon by this evening. You have until Friday. Then you’ll have to pay again.… Continue reading Dismantle the Sun Is Free This Week
A thousand apologies for skipping a day’s pondering, but my energies have been focused on a screenplay version of an audio drama I did a couple of years ago called Denial. It’s a mockumentary about a Jewish holocaust denier, long estranged from his family, whose sister comes to tell him to come home to make his… Continue reading Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?
Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting, suggests five novels about addiction. Arbitrage, starring Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon, is both out in theaters and available for rental on iTunes. I don’t know that this will happen anytime soon for event pictures, but if smaller, indie productions embrace this practice, it could be an enormous boon both for… Continue reading Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?