This anthology of The Moth storyslam from NPR is a collection of stories that are better heard, not read.
K.V. Johansen's Blackdog is a standalone fantasy of run-on sentences and anticlimactic battles.
Jack Cheng's self-published novel These Days is a fluid narrative of New York City lovers, but one that lacks momentum and closure.
Mark Alpert's Extinction about a post-Singularity computer able to assimilate human beings suffers from too many gimmicks and clumsy exposition.
In collaboration with PBS Digital Studios, John D Boswell, aka melodysheep, remixes LeVar Burton's Reading Rainbow to produce music video 'In Your Imagination'.
Neil Gaiman's May 2012 commencement speech to The University of the Arts inspired students to make good art, always.
The novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks puts too much focus on the military and on too many characters to be a page-turner.
With so many new library books to read, is it worth one's valuable time to revisit and re-experience previously read favorite books?