Adaptations

Emily Dickinson, Zombie

Dec 10, 2012

Theme Essay by Martha Nichols

Those who believe the fey little spinster never took off her ghostly white dress may require smelling salts.

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Channeling Capote's "In Cold Blood"

Dec 03, 2012

Theme Essay by Mali Sastri

There I see, not only reflected but clarified and articulated in ways I hadn’t imagined possible, the inside of myself.

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Hitchcock Got “Rebecca” Dead Wrong

Nov 14, 2012

Theme Essay by Elizabeth Langosy

Poor Manderley. You are now possessed by Rebecca—or at least by her enormous head.

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Holy Adaptation, Batman! Who’s the Real You?

Nov 12, 2012

Theme Essay by Andrew Vanden Bossche

Superman saves the world from physical threats, but it's Batman who saves America from its existential fears.

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It’s a Book! It’s a Movie! It’s a…Zombie?

Nov 05, 2012

Editor's Note by Elizabeth Langosy

When does an 'adaptation' become a new creative work altogether?

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Do We Need Prose Poetry?

Nov 05, 2012

Theme Essay by David Meischen

Prose poems are just unstable enough to offer a vibrant mix of the bizarre and the conventional.

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Why Did a Manipulative Movie Make Me Cry?

Nov 05, 2012

Theme Essay by Lorraine Berry

The writer in me wants Boo’s nuanced journalism to trounce Boyle’s Hollywood portrayal of the Mumbai slums.

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Why Horror Movies Disappoint Readers

Nov 02, 2012

Theme Essay by KC Redding-Gonzalez

The private experience of horror is intensely personal. It taps my memories; it raises my ghosts.

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