I was 23 years old when I came out from New York to San Francisco in the 1960’s and, looking back, was even younger as regards experience of life.
The Hunting of Genie Magee
ONE: Test Subject
The assembled technicians were tense, the atmosphere electric. All their jobs were on the line...
I exit the hardware store with new work gloves in hand. I immediately slip them over my numbing fingers. The wind of the gloomy February afternoon picks up as I hustle to my pickup.
Losing the Plot
The search for a missing writer begins ...
of the Birds
I vaguely remember the day I saw the article in the newspaper
mentioning rather matter-of-factly that Rene Elias had vanished.
The Quiet Duel
Great artists have a way to make even their lesser works interesting, if not great. Such is the case with the 1949 black and white film, The Quiet Duel
From Page to Screen: a few vexed issues to ponder upon while chewing your popcorn - Chris Mills
I have wanted to have a go at writing something about film and television adaptations of books for a while, but the subject is quite large and unwieldy to get to grips with easily and to do justice.