On Nov. 8, 2016, J.K. Rowling’s book, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, will be transformed into a movie trilogy, allowing Potterheads, and fantasy fans alike to take a trip back to the magical world of Harry Potter.
New York City will be the site for another spotlight on Nov. 19, however, in the limelight will not be singers or actors, but books. The National Book Award Winners will be announced that fall evening.
Technology is rapidly evolving around us and has changed the way we live our lives. Social media has changed communication, online shopping has changed the market, and now video games have changed the way we experience storytelling.
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you,” the late writer, Maya Angelou, said.
The Peppermint Rooster Review, Lewis and Clark Community College’s literary magazine, is calling for submissions for the 2014-2015 edition.
Oct. 2 marked the 7th annual Banned Book Week presentation held in the Lewis and Clark Community College library. This event was held by Liz Burns and Peter Hussey and featured raffles, novel trivia games, and prize giveaways.
Sept. 22 marked the debut of the all new comic book-based crime series, Gotham. This series provides a fresh take on the origin of how a young, tragedy stricken Bruce Wayne had grown up to become The Batman.
It’s that time of the season, where trick-or-treaters everywhere suit up for one night of free candy and plenty of scares. As a fan of Halloween, it’s dire to share a list of my top favorite horror movies to watch during this season.