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  • 'Dante's Cypher'
    T. Stephens decodes 'Dante's Cypher' (Q&A)
    Today, Hartford Books Examiner welcomes T. Stephens.T. Stephens is the debut novelist of Dante’s Cypher (Tate Publishing, $21.99). An author, lecturer, and storyteller, has lived and worked in each New England state, which has helped to...
  • DMC #1
    Rap legend DMC to debut his own comic series, "DMC", at the New York Comic Con
    Musicians and comic books have long been intertwined. Easy examples include the members of KISS gracing comic books from Marvel Comics, Image Comics, as well as a recent guest appearance in Archie Comics, as well as Gerard Way from "My...
  • Jennifer Garner
    Jennifer Garner manages her career and family life
    Laurie Sandell wrote the cover story 'Confessionsof a Domestic Goddess' about actress Jennifer Garner in the October 2014 issue of InStyle magazine. The photos for the article were taken by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Melissa Rubini. In...
  • DC Comics
    DC Comics "agree[s]" that their new t-shirts are "offensive", ends "Shirtgate"
    It can be fascinating to see how the current Internet model involving legions easily amassing and being heard across various social media platforms has changed how the "big two" comic book publishers respond to criticism or public...
  • October 2014 new book releases
    October 2014 new book releases
    October is rolling in and along with it comes the perfect weather to sit inside and watch the falling leaves while enjoying a good book. October also brings Halloween and the perfect backdrop for a terrifying tale. Here is a look ahead at what is...
  • ALL OR NOTHING: One Chef's Appetite for the Extreme
    Chef Jesse Schenker's Appetite for the Extreme‏
    Worth checking out! A brand new release from impressive chef, Jesse Schenker. The new candid and intense memoir ALL OR NOTHING: One Chef's Appetite for the Extreme by NYC chef Jesse Schenker. You may have encountered edgy food writing before ....
  • 'Mutation' by Roland Smith: Last in the enjoyable 'Cryptid Hunters' series
    'Mutation' by Roland Smith: Last in the enjoyable 'Cryptid Hunters' series
    Finally fans of Roland Smith's wild series of books that began with "Cryptid Hunters" can read how it all ends. And it's a doozy of an ending.The series that began in 2006 with "Cryptid Hunters" and continued with "...
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    Local authors shining the light on horror fiction
    Just in time for Halloween, the Toronto Public Library is hosting a lecture that is intent on bringing horror books out from the shadows and into the light.The Friends of the Merril Collection will be presenting Sephera Giron, Mark Leslie, Nancy...
  • Shatner returns
    Shatner to Return to Star Trek...Maybe.
    2016 will mark the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, and Paramount is gearing up to celebrate. Part of their plan is to release the third installment of the Star Trek reboot to coincide with the event.Now if you think celebrating Star Trek's 50th...
  • The new God of War is Wonder Woman
    Charles Soule gets to the essence of Wonder Woman in two-part story
    Wonder Woman, the God of War, has met her match in the form of Nemesis a goddess in her own right that feeds upon the fear and hatred created by war. In the pages of two DC Comics event books “Wonder Woman: Futures End” #1 and &ldquo...
  • Author Brad Meltzer
    Brad Meltzer's books for kids show ordinary people can be heroes
    Kids have always had heroes; for some it's a sports figure, for others it's someone in their favorite movie. But in a time when heroes are desperately needed (okay we still have Derek Jeter, but forget the NFL), parents must often look to...
  • Family fun at Gay Days this weekend
    Family fun during Gay Days at Disneyland this weekend
    This weekend there are a ton of gay family fun events planed for the little ones (also teens) during Gay Days Anaheim (October 4 – 5) at Disneyland. Many of the events are hosted by Family Equality Council.So bring your little Angels, wear...
  • John Carpenter's Asylum
    'John Carpenter's Asylum' writer Sandy King on comics, movies and the Devil
    There's a new comic on the racks with a very famous name above the title. "John Carpenter’s Asylum," the new book from Storm King Comics, features a classic Carpenter-style setup in a new format.From the Comixolgy first issue...
  • Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
    Rich Kirkus Prize finalists include Hustvedt, Chast, Picketty
    Brooklyn resident Siri Hustvedt, New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast, and French economist Thomas Picketty are among the finalists for the Kirkus Prize, one of the richest in the book world. They were announced today in three categories: fiction,...
  • Michael Prescott and Blood in the Water cover
    How Hurricane Sandy influenced New York Times bestseller Michael Prescott
    Hurricane Sandy, which devastated the East Coast in 2012, didn’t bring many good things with it. But, for Michael Prescott, it did bring the concept for a new book. In this interview, the New York Times Bestselling author talked about the...