When a ghost gets a voice, the absurd of Sri Lanka tells true stories of love and loss – The Indian Express | Episode Movies

from the top of his head, Shehan Karunatilaka From the massive popular protests against the political leadership that the economic crisis in Sri Lanka triggered earlier this year, I can think of at least three plot lines for a possible novel: “You can stand in a gas line. There are so many characters, definitely potential … Read more

Shakespeare vs. AI: Who Wins? – Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence | Episode Movies

I’ve written quite a bit about AI art tool development over the past month, but what about the language? As you probably know, AI isn’t just capable of mimicking artistic styles. Its developers also want it to generate words, and by all appearances they are succeeding. If visual artists are in trouble, how are journalists, … Read more

STANLY THE MAGAZINE: Ruth and Talmadge Moose – A Love Story of Two Creators – The Stanly News & Press | The Stanly News & Press – Stanly News & Press | Episode Movies

They met at a picnic in 1952. He had graduated from Albemarle High School the previous year. She still had four years to go. He was waiting for her.Talmadge and Ruth Moose were born and raised in Stanly County. She grew up in West Albemarle, the eldest child of Ardie and Vera Morris. He was … Read more

Best-selling author Lisa Taddeo is breaking new ground with film adaptations on the way – Grazia | Episode Movies

Lisa Taddeo attends the Full Frontal with Samantha Bee FYC event at Hudson Yards on May 17, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Warner Bros. Discovery) In each issue, GRAZIA USA features game changers who inspire, educate and celebrate individuality, beauty and style. Meet Lisa Taddeo, the author of Three … Read more

Bird, Bono, Norton & Harrington top Irish Book Awards shortlist – RTE.ie | Episode Movies

Charlie Bird, Bono, Graham Norton and Kellie Harrington are among the shortlisted authors for this year’s An Post Irish Book Awards, taking place in November. The shortlist features a diverse mix of writing by new and established Irish authors in 18 categories including Novel of the Year, Children, Cookbook, Crime, Popular Fiction, Non-fiction, Sports, Lifestyle, … Read more

Amazon’s ‘Peripheral’ updates cyberpunk prophet William Gibson’s vision – Yahoo Finance | Episode Movies

Chloe Grace Moretz stars in The Peripheral, a video series based on the William Gibson novel. (Photo by Sophie Mutevelian / Prime Video) The future may not be evenly spaced, but a dystopian concentration of it is found in The Peripheral, a sci-fi novel by cyberpunk pioneer William Gibson. Now the novel has been adapted … Read more

Amazon’s ‘Peripheral’ updates cyberpunk prophet William Gibson’s vision – GeekWire | Episode Movies

Chloe Grace Moretz stars in The Peripheral, a video series based on the William Gibson novel. (Photo by Sophie Mutevelian / Prime Video) The future may not be evenly spaced, but a dystopian concentration of it is found in The Peripheral, a sci-fi novel by cyberpunk pioneer William Gibson. Now the novel has been adapted … Read more

Gabino Iglesias reviews The Mermaid of Black Conch by Monique Roffey – Locus Online | Episode Movies

The Black Conch MermaidMonique Roffey (Peepal Tree 978-1845234577, £9.99, 320 p., tp) April 2020. (Button 978-0-59353-420-5, $26.00, 240 p., hc) August 2022. Cover image by Sophie Bass. The Black Conch Mermaid reads like a fable mixed with elements of contemporary fiction, a bizarre version of a love story and a novel about differences and politics. … Read more

Unfortunately, The Peripheral isn’t the big cyberpunk series we’ve been waiting for – Literary Hub | Episode Movies

As technology becomes more integrated into our daily lives, cyberpunk — the sci-fi subgenre that explored the seemingly inevitable singularity of flesh and machine before there was a term for it — remains the most relevant branch of our speculative fiction Present. And yet, except for the earth-shattering success of The Matrix (1999) and the … Read more

Unfortunately, The Peripheral isn’t the big cyberpunk series we’ve been waiting for – Literary Hub | Episode Movies

As technology becomes more integrated into our daily lives, cyberpunk — the sci-fi subgenre that explored the seemingly inevitable singularity of flesh and machine before there was a term for it — remains the most relevant branch of our speculative fiction Present. And yet, except for the earth-shattering success of The Matrix (1999) and the … Read more