You go through this profound transformation, get rebuilt down to the studs, come...– Chris Colin in an interview with The Rumpus, about his new Atavist story “Blindsight.” It’s about a Hollywood producer named Simon Lewis who wants to make movies again after a decade and a half of recovering from debilitating injuries.
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Pat Walters interviews Simon Lewis about the bizarre injuries, following a tragic accident in 1994, that have messed with his visual consciousness and sense of time.
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As in D.B.’s day, all you really need is a supply of cash, a well-tested new...– Evan on the secret to disappearing forever, in the Opinion pages of the New York Times.
It shows that the industry as a whole is really healthy. That, I think, is...– Dominique Raccah, New York Times, Publishing Gives Hints of Revival, Data Show
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