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Spider-Man in Love

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 by

By Ta-Nehisi Coates Marvel A few weeks ago Marvel Comics began teasing out covers for its latest intra-title event, Secret War, which is set to kick off this summer. Among the covers attracting the most attention is this one drawn by Adam Kubert, which hints at the possible restoration of the marriage between Peter Parker

Andrew Solomon speaks at the Fourth Annual Diversity Champion Lunch held on October 27, 2014, at the New York office of the law firm Thompson Hine. The 2014 Thompson Hine Diversity Champion Award was presented to …read more Source:: Video: Thompson Hine 2014 Diversity Champion Program       

Drs. Andrew Solomon, Alan B. Siskind and Phillip A. Saperia will be honored at the …read more Source:: Behavioral Health News Leadership Awards, New York, New York       

Andrew Solomon will speak at two events during the upcoming Hay Festival Medellín. 10:00am, University of Antioquia: Student lecture. 6:30pm, Parque Explora: Andrew Solomon in conversation with Rosie Boycott. For more information on Hay Festival Medellín, please consult the …read more Source:: Hay Festival Medellín, Colombia       

Far from the Tree

Thursday, 22 January 2015 by

This appeared in TIME Magazine in 1966, when I was two years old: Even in purely nonreligious terms, homosexuality represents a misuse of the sexual faculty. It is a pathetic little second-rate substitute for reality, a pitiable flight from life. As such, it deserves fairness, compassion, understanding and, when possible, treatment. …read more Source:: Far

The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) today announced the National Magazine Awards 2015 finalists. Sixty-six publications were nominated in 24 categories this year. Notable finalists in Feature Writing include “The Reckoning,” by Andrew Solomon (“The New Yorker”). …read more Source:: Andrew Solomon’s “The Reckoning” Finalist for National Magazine Award       

Dramatic Music

Monday, 19 January 2015 by

By Wendy Lesser Two different kinds of dramatic music were paired at last weekend’s San Francisco Symphony concerts, and both were a success, though in very different ways. One had plot, characters, words, even narration—a veritable orgy of theatrical elements. The other, though … Continue reading → …read more Source:: Dramatic Music       

I Might Be Charlie

Wednesday, 14 January 2015 by

By Ta-Nehisi Coates I came to Paris, last week, with a fairly well-defined mission. Halfway through the week, events overtook me. On Thursday, I was determined to ignore the terrorist attack and plug away on my own projects. But by Saturday, I was in a room with some Paris friends discussing the fallout, and on

von Julia Prosinger Herr Solomon, Sie waren für den Pulitzer-Preis nominiert, „Saturns Schatten“ stand auf der „New York Times“-Liste der 100 besten Bücher des Jahrzehnts. In all Ihren Werken geht es um großes Leid. …read more Source:: “Jeder vererbt etwas Schwäche”       

Sound Box

Sunday, 11 January 2015 by

By Wendy Lesser There’s a wonderful new place to listen to music in San Francisco, and it’s called Sound Box. Formerly a rather uninspiring rehearsal area at the back of Davies Hall, it has been transformed through the miracles of deconstructed architecture, rock-concert … Continue reading → …read more Source:: Sound Box       

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