I had to get away, to go somewhere where
no one had heard of Gordon Gladberry, and
start a life based on me, not my name.
Mark Z. Danielewski’s highly anticipated “Only Revolutions” shocked his loyal readership when it hit shelves. Three hundred and sixty pages of bright text with jagged linebreaks and sentence fragments make for dazzling if intimidating read.
When comedians take the place of politicians, it’s a wild ride, but nothing gets done. Barry Levinson tried to show it in his new movie Man of the Year. Robin Williams demonstrated it last Friday in Gaston. On Friday, Georgetown University was honored as the first stop along Chris Matthews’ Hardball College Tour.