Recommended Reading: Jenny Lewis, Pauline Kael, and ‘Thick’

Modern online media is all about the signal boost, so every Friday here at Flavorwire, we take a moment to spotlight some of the best stuff we’ve read online this week. Today, profiles of a forceful writer and a music icon, a look at the feud between a legendary critic and a movie star, and a takedown […]

‘Bonnie and Clyde,’ Pauline Kael, and the Essay That Changed Film Criticism

Flavorwire is taking the final week of 2017 off, because God knows we need it. But all week, we’ll be reposting some of our favorite pieces from the year. Read them all here. Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Bonnie and Clyde, a nice round number of a milestone that will presumably […]

Pauline Mclynn: My six best books – I love a thriller especially John Le Carre

ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET by Sebastian Faulks Vintage, £8.99 One of the few books I’ve reread. It is the most romantic, heartbreaking story I’ve read. It’s set in the jazz age, about two people who fall in love and, if you are not lying on the ground in a pool of tears by the end, […]