Etgar Keret is a singular voice in Israeli literature; his short stories are so short, but they transport us to another world with few words.
The Queen of Rock ‘n Roll doesn’t begin to cover Linda Ronstadt’s scope as a groundbreaker and glass ceiling crasher in the music industry, throughout her simply astonishing career.
Frederick Forsyth wrote one of the great political thrillers in recent memory, The Day of the Jackal.
It would be natural to think that if Orson Welles knew that he would die one day, he might not have dished so candidly over regular lunches with filmmaker Henry Jaglom.
Comedy freaks have known and loved Marc Maron for years. But it’s his podcast, WTF, that has completely transformed the world of comedy and comedians.