From her latest book, filmmaker and writer Alix Lambert shares a conversation with Albert Woodfox, who served 40 years in solitary confinement.
An excerpt from Zully Adler’s book about elusive musician Charlie Nothing.
A modest collection of vignettes from Dwyer's life.
The singer-songwriter offers up an introduction to the Elton John chapter of her book, Girl to City: A Memoir.
Read an essay by vocalist/guitarist and check out some pages from the band's new photo book.
From the new Dardenne brothers book On the Back of Our Images, Vol. 1, get a glimpse into the mind of one half of the fraternal filmmaking duo.
In which composers John Cameron and Peter Cox discuss Cameron's writing process for his film and TV scores.
Read "Build a Better Do It" from the debut collection, plus an introductory essay by Dupuis herself.
“This shud’n take long, kid. Just wait out here with the motor runnin’ an’ I’ll be right back.”
"People in Britain and America pretend to know the Can. But what they don’t understand is Irmin."