Posts Tagged: in cold blood
To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood, David Hayes and Sarah Weinman discuss what makes the book, as well as Capote’s other works, so remarkable:
For centuries we’ve been enraptured and revolted, thrilled and petrified, by crime stories and what meaning they might have.
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It was the kind of horrific end no one could have imagined for the demure Harkey matriarch … her death represented the final, sordid unraveling of one of the oldest lineages in Central Texas—the story of a family tree rotted through by the destructive forces of obsession, greed, and hate.
At Salon, Laura Miller covers a recent update in the ongoing criticism of—and legal proceedings involving—Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. Ronald Nye, the son of Harold Nye, a former agent for the Kansas Bureau of Investigation who has since died, can finally publish his father’s documents....more
I interviewed author, Sarah Kilborne, who lives in the same town as I do, Hudson, New York, and takes banjo lessons downstairs in my father’s music store that I live above.
We had dinner a few months ago, where I picked her brain about the writing life, and we both overate pasta....more
Actually, blowing up the moon WAS successful!
Guardian UK on In Cold Blood 50 years on.
Don’t try and bring snow globes on an airplane. Don’t do it!
Modern day Alpine witch houses.
Everything that could possibly exist on the internet does; It’s (K)not Wood is a collection of things that look like wood but are not....more