Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera “Mozart and Salieri” brought together some illustrious musicians and helped create one Russian opera star.
Poetry Out Loud will hold its 2013 contest on March 16th at Ohio Dominican University. Make plans to be there to support Ohio high schools students on their way to the national championships! This video story is from the ArtZine archives and covers the 2007 competition. For more information about this year’s activities visit The Ohio Arts [...]
Scott Pasfield’s “Gay in America’” honored in many book award lists for 2012.
Photographer Scott Pasfield’s intimate portraits of gay men from across the United States speak volumes on more than just sexual identity.
Milena Agus is an up-and-coming Italian writer, who lives in Cagliari, Sardinia, the setting of her award-winning novel, ‘From the Land of the Moon,’ that takes place during the final and post years of World War II.
WOSU Book Critic Kassie Rose and Classical Music Host Christopher Purdy discuss some of their favorite books of 2010
It’s the dawning of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the annual competition that, since it began in 1999, has challenged millions of scribes worldwide to crank out 50,000-word drafts of their novels in just 30 days.
Antonya Nelson’s new novel opens dramatically with a fatal one-car accident. This is the stuff of great fictional domestic life in the right hands, and Nelson’s definitely dead on.
Smith reads two of her poems here, “Apologue (1)” – which she calls “an experiment” – and “The List of Dangers,” a reflection on her move to suburbia as a young girl.
Extracts from the new graphic biography of Anne Frank, ‘Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography’ (2010) by Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón.
Christopher Moore’s prolifically grim tales are fool of wit, chaos, and subversion, vampires and skeletons.