AM Radio, your morning dispatch of rock and lit news

“Is this the beginning of an era in which fanfic overthrows original creation?”

The evolution of fan fiction (spanning from the Bible to Twilight‘s newest piggy-backer, Fifty Shades of Grey) and how it affects the literary world as a whole.

The Olympics have ended. Will they take Blur with them?

Sharing the stage with the likes of New Order and The Specials, nostalgia reigned supreme at last night’s closing ceremonies as Blur made their way through an emotional set list that may very well be their last.

Deceptive children’s story authors: Roald Dahl’s Someone Like You

Writer D.W. Gibson talks about how he was disturbingly misled when he read “Lamb to the Slaughter,” the first in Dahl’s short story collection, Someone like you.


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