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On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’m not fond of books that tell you how to do a certain craft, but it was hard to resist this one mainly because it was written by one of the men that I personally think, has the clearer head in the business and has the voice and authority to write so, Stephen King. 229 more words


A Memorandum of Jerry Lesber

To my knowledge, all of our family members who served in the military returned home safely. But tomorrow, I will recall my grandfather’s favorite cousin, Jerry Lesber. 150 more words


Steve Jobs: A cottage industry of movies and books

”Three weeks after the mercurial Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died, in October 2011, Walter Isaacson published an authorized biography that many then considered to be the definitive account of the billionaire’s life,” Laura M. 183 more words


Liam Naughton

set up the Kazimer as part of an artist collective and is the general manager


Dave MacKenzie

Dave MacKenzie has been the Theatre Manager at the Floral Pavilion Theatre in New Brighton, Merseyside since 2013. He previously trained as a technician and was the Floral Pavilion’s Technical Manager prior to his current position.


Richard Darbourne

Richard  Darbourne  is  a  freelance  theatre  producer,  tour  manager,  events  manager

and  creative  workshop  leader,  but  his  chief  job  is  running  RDL (Richard  Darbourne

Limited),  a  theatre  and  events  production  company,  which  has  been  in  operation  since  2008. 374 more words


Charlie Pinder

Charlie Pinder started out as a talent scout at Warner Bros. Records in 1991, where he desperately wanted to sign Pulp and Radiohead, but ended up signing the bloke from It Bites instead. 208 more words