What Makes For Good Adaptation?

It's good to be blogging again after our three week trip to Taiwan. I have several posts in the works about that trip, but today I want to write about a really great article I read today on Lit Hub with the rather long title: "How Should a Literary Adaptation Be? We Asked the Critics … Continue reading What Makes For Good Adaptation?

Page to Screen: Me Before You

Film Adaptation--love it or hate it, it's an undeniable part of our culture. For my part, I love it. Even when it's done poorly (and goodness knows it is), it still has the power to get people talking critically about art and adaptation. Some Pertinent Facts: Film release date: June, 2016 Director: Thea Sharrock (in … Continue reading Page to Screen: Me Before You

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Book-Movie Adaptations I’m Excited About

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature from the Broke and the Bookish. Okay so I'm not very good at keeping up with the kinds of things that are being made into movies. I usually don't know what's playing unless I'm looking at a showtime schedule, and even then my favorite theater right now plays … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Book-Movie Adaptations I’m Excited About