Skater/Filmmaker Myriah Marquez on the Beauty of Being Alive and the Importance of Living With Compassion
Myriah Marquez is a skateboarder and a filmmaker. She lives with an invisible illness, which impacts her life in a multitude of ways.
Devil: Tim Burton Adaptations, Advocate: Me
While none of Burton’s work, or anyone’s for that matter, is beyond criticism, the responses to his films of late have felt personally motivated, driven by a bias about his washed-up-ness, his transition from artist characterized by originality to director doing Disney’s bidding.
Books: I Hated This One: An Eclipse Reread
I knew this one was bad, but I wasn’t prepared for the avalanche of nausea Eclipse brought me this go-round. I fully had to...
The Tree of Life
L. A. Hunt - 0
I just wanted to be in my car, with the windows up, listening to anything—a podcast, a book on tape, a wailing cat in heat—anything other than the sound of these voices in this clearing.
Books: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
Persepolis is a graphic memoir written and illustrated by Marjane Satrapi. It is an emotional, informative, and humorous memoir about what it was like...