Category Archives: Books

December Newsletter: Stories Are for All Ages

    Photos: Classiq Journal     “There are so many unknowns and possibilities out there,” said Tiny Dragon. “Well then,” said Big Panda, “let’s see how many we can try.” Big Panda and Tiny Dragon: The Journey     … Read More

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Telling Good Stories, with Ileana Achim

Zoe navigates on an umbrella on the sea of the world’s stories. She is endlessly curious and eager to explore new frontiers. She is like one of the great storybook travellers – Mary Poppins, Aladdin, Phileas Fogg and Dorothy Gale. In our interview, Ileana Achim, Editura Frontiera, and I talk children’s books, writers and illustrations, finding good stories to publish and why … Read More

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November Newsletter: I Like to Call It Noirvember

    Photos: Classiq Journal     Is Humphrey Bogart the most emblematic actor for the American cinema? Yes, I believe he is. He was a man of his times. And he played both of the most celebrated detectives in … Read More

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Read Instead…in Print

Read instead…in print #18. Making Movies, Sidney Lumet. If you are a filmgoer, if you like movies just a little bit, if it is just one film that you’ve ever liked, then you should read this book. Read More

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October Newsletter: On True Originators and Tarnished Angels

The French film that cleared the way for classical Hollywood films, inspiration from the wilderness and a beautiful collaboration that fits a tomboy, a cowgirl and an adventurer. Read More

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