World history, American history, English literature, American literature, graphic novels
Grad school-- maybe surprisingly-- actually provides some pretty good prep for the real world.
The verb is "slasher" in "slasher film" for a reason: edged weapons are more practical than nooses.
A profile of D.C.-area publisher, musician and entrepreneur Antwan Pixley. This was a great opportunity to write in a different style.
An article on the Corcoran Gallery's 2008 Modernism exhibit, found on pages 10-13.
One of the directors of Blair Witch goes back to the woods with Bigfoot. The result is hilarious, but I doubt that's what he was going for.
Show me a Geat with a shaved chest and I'll show you a Nicholas Sparks book without cliches.
I almost guarantee you none of these words will ever again occur together in an independent clause: Bobcat Goldthwait's well-crafted Bigfoot horror movie revitalizes the Found Footage genre.
An interview with David Malki, creator of the Wondermark web comic. I love it when humorists are funny in real life.
Alan Moore's pornographic magnum opus had me more than miffed.