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German Crime Novels Fail to Thrill English-language Readers - Germans love to read and write thrillers – crime fiction, detective stories, murder and intrigue. Around 500 crime novels, or “Krimis” are published each year in the country. Yet they've never cracked the US market — unlike their Scandinavian cousins. My story for The World explores the reasons why not.
Nazis Land on the Moon in "Iron Sky" - Nazis on the moon. It’s hardly the topic you’d expect from a Finnish film at the artsy and often earnest Berlin International Film Festival. My story for the Los Angeles Times explored this quirky sci-fi parody with aspirations to political satire that came to life through crowd-sourced funding.
Witness to History Steve Schapiro Talks Photography Then and Now - Steve Schapiro was there with Martin Luther King Jr., Andy Warhol and the Kennedys. The veteran of several youth quakes said in this WWD piece that there’s something missing in the current generation compared with those of the '60s.
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