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Touching Advice From Father to Son "Remember The Important Places"

Whatever you do…..no matter how far you go, always find your way back to the important places.


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Cat's Cradle

So apparently “Cat’s Cradle” is being made into a feature movie.   I haven’t re-read Vonnegut in a long time, but I’m looking forward to it for the same reason you look forward to anything related to any book you ever loved.   157 more words


Book Bits: 'Cat's Cradle,' PEN fuss, Joan Rivers, Rowling's 'Very Good Lives'

As Today in Literature reminds us, this is the anniversary of the 1948 release of Norman Mailer’s “The Naked and the Dead.”  The London Times didn’t like it, said it was “incredibly foul and beastly.” I don’t know how it would fare in today’s climate where everyone and their brother is in a rush to tell the world how offended they are about something. 930 more words

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Kurt Vonnegut's 'Cat's Cradle' Set for TV Adaptation by IM Global

IM Global Television has announced it is developing an adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s 1963 novel “Cat’s Cradle.”

The story involves the children of a Nobel laureate physicist who helped develop the atomic bomb and a substance called ice-nine, an alternative structure of water that is solid at room temperature. 138 more words


'Cat's Cradle' Adaptation, Drama Starring Carla Gugino In Works At IM Global TV

Nine months after the launch of IM Global Television, the TV arm of feature-film financing, production and sales company IM Global, a subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Reliance ADA, has set its first development slate under co-founders Stuart Ford and Mark Stern. 487 more words


Past Imperfect - #170

At first glance, this appears to be an image of the Muse that eventually inspired Stevie Nicks to go into her vagabond-gypsy/possible-witch musical phase. In reality, this is just a poignant study of a sad woman who was unable to master the craft of Cat’s Cradle…