Speaking of festivals, recaps of last weekend’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books are up at Jacket Copy. Rafael Yglesias took home the top fiction prize for his novel, A Happy Marriage.
Los Angeles-based Millions readers might be interested in Sunday night's edition of Tongue and Groove at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood. I'll be reading, along with writers Cecil Castellucci, Michael O'Keefe, Frank Montesonti, and Giuliana Mayo. Show starts at 6 pm.
"A trip to the 21st century. Prague, maybe, or London, some big city where he can wander around being a bored tourist, snapping his gum, picking his nose in cathedrals, snapback on crooked and hopping from foot to foot, looking for a basketball court." Thats what it would look like if Achilles (and other sad literary characters) got the holidays they deserved.
All three Brontë sisters – Charlotte, Emily, and Anne – will be the subject of a new “blockbuster biopic,” reports Telegraph & Argus. An announcement about the cast and crew will be made on April 21, 2016 – the 200th anniversary of Charlotte’s birth date – but early speculation indicates that Harry Potter star Rupert Grint may play Branwell.