Sony gives Disney-driven literary films a second life

“We love our superheroes, but new intellectual property is also very important, and throughout Hollywood history literary intellectual property has always thrived,” said Thomas E. Rothman, president of Motion Picture Sony Group, in an interview. “This is an innovative way to give Sony early access to the authors of HarperCollins. …

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The Archive Project – The Poets of Literary Arts on Broadway

Shayla Lawson (left), Stephanie Adams-Santos (center) and Jane Wong (right) Photos by: Erica J. Mitchell (left), Stephanie Adams-Santos (center), UW Bothell (right) Three contemporary poets, Shayla Lawson, Stephanie Adams-Santos and Jane Wong, share their poetry and discuss their work and inspirations. In 2018, Literary Arts hosted a free reading series …

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Grossmont College Literary Arts Festival is packed with book and poetry readings, presentations – open to the public

Courtesy photo. Zine editor and producer Margaret Nee speaks at the 2018 Grossmont College Literary Arts Festival. An April 22 presentation by a trio of local writers on the modern era of agentless self-publishing, and later in the evening, student readings and performances of original works kick off the 23rd …

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Word: A podcast on the literary arts in Arizona and the region

welcome to Word, a podcast hosted by Tom Maxedon of KJZZ on literature in Arizona and the region. S6 E5 | November 11, 2021 Explore the human condition in the past, present and future with a historical fiction writer, poet from Phoenix and video game enthusiast from Valley. S6 E4 …

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Jack Jones Literary Arts Founder Kima Jones Takes the Publishing Industry by Storm

From that point on Jones began to write in earnest, turning “anything into a story” and filling adventure notebooks. She found power in these stories which she said helped her for six years in the foster care system. “You change schools two to three times a year depending on how …

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The Memphis Literary Arts Festival takes place June 15-16

The inaugural Memphis Literary Arts Festival will draw fiction and cuisine writers, poets and essayists from New York to New Orleans, Columbus to Atlanta, as well as writers and artists from the host city and region. The event is scheduled for Friday and Saturday in the Edge neighborhood of downtown. …

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It’s an all-female literary arts lineup for Seattle Arts & Lectures in 2018-19, and other book news.

Seattle Arts & Lectures’ literary arts series at Benaroya Hall will, for the first time, be composed entirely of women writers, from Doris Kearns Goodwin to Valeria Luiselli to Alice Walker; SAL is also launching a series on journalism. And how successful was this year’s Seattle Independent Bookstore Day? Life …

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Literary Arts: Discarded Books Become Art in the Classroom of UW Youth Summer Programs

Arts and entertainment | Education | Learning | UW and the community July 24, 2013 Evelyn Thompson, 12, a student in the UW Summer Youth Programs class on the book arts, shows off her creation, made of wire, papier-mâché and a worn book. The fringed oval shapes were inspired by …

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