Salman Rushdie is getting a lot of buzz for his fantastical new novel Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights. And talking to the New York Times, he says he’s always loved science fiction—but he was inspired to try the genre now because of a sense that the world is turning upside down.
Will Salman Rushdie's Booker Prize-winning novel Midnight's Children become a satisfying film? When we posted some clips from the film adaptation a while back, commenter Michael_GR responded, "Not sure what to think about this. Midnight Children should be impossible to film (could have been a 10-hour miniseries,…
Salman Rushdie's magical realist novel Midnight's Children is one of the most award-winning books of all time, getting not just the Booker Prize but the Booker of Bookers. And now it's becoming a movie from Deepa Mehta, director of the acclaimed elements trilogy. You can check out a brand new sneak clip of Mehta's…
Showtime has just greenlit a post-apocalyptic series titled Last H.O.P.E. — which stands for the Last Hospital On Planet Earth.
In this month's books, Greg Bear serves up disaster in deep space, while a beautifully designed book sheds new light on steampunk. Plus medieval utopias, star-crossed loves, and a flaming zeppelin!
The Salman Rushdie archive on display at Emory, with its handwritten journals and 18GB scattered across four Apple computers, is unlike any other—you can log in to a computer, search his folders, scan his Stickies, run his apps.