I just saw Personal Shopper, and I liked it a lot. It’s kind of a horror movie, not my favorite genre, but I’d been very impressed by Clouds of Sils Maria (also written and directed by Olivier Assayas, and also … Continue reading
Author Archives: Anthony Lee Collins
Worth reading: “The End of the Awl and the Vanishing of Freedom and Fun from the Internet“ I’d actually forgotten how fun and cool going online seemed way back when.
(I wasn’t intending to write another farewell post, but I couldn’t resist this one.) Dorothy Malone had a long and distinguished career as an actress, but I’ve seen obituaries which devoted several paragraphs to this one scene, her only scene … Continue reading
Today’s writing tip: Don’t sit around waiting for the world’s best and newest idea for a story — just write it well. Gwenpool was never supposed to be a real comic book. It was a joke cover, a mashup of … Continue reading
I first learned about Sue Grafton from an article I read a long time ago, way back when the Kinsey Millhone books (“the alphabet mysteries”) were around “C” or “D” somewhere. She said that she started writing because she was … Continue reading
Today’s writing tip: Draw a floor plan, and don’t wait until the last minute to do it. I’ve had a note on my To Do list for a long time, to draw a floor plan for “The Bus Station Mystery.” … Continue reading