Branching Out

By posted at 2:00 pm on March 4, 2014 1

Is it possible to read fiction by an actor without thinking of them as the character that made them famous? It’s a question many people asked when reading James Franco, and it’s a question they’re likely to ask again when reading One More Thing, a new book of short stories by The Office star B. J. Novak. At Open Letters Monthly, Justin Hickey reviews Novak’s collection.

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One Response to “Branching Out”

  1. wendy
    at 2:03 pm on March 5, 2014

    Well, I didn’t think about Star Trek once while I was reading Teklab. And in a related vein, I bought Riding the Snake because Stephen J. Cannell (producer of many hit TV shows, including The A-Team) wrote it (and I like Asian stuff), but I didn’t even have the 12 Jumpstreet theme in my head.

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