Despite his mother’s warning that watching too much television would not amount to anything, Tim Parks has over the past 11 years parlayed his expansive knowledge of the entertainment industry into two monthly columns, "Gaywatch" and "Hollywood," as his way to pay homage to Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw character in "Sex and the City."
And he couldn’t help but wonder...how else to merge his love of all-things pop culture with writing? By conducting close to 300 celebrity interviews, that’s how! Among his biggest gets have been Janet Jackson, Kylie Minogue, Stevie Nicks, Chelsea Handler, Margaret Cho, Olivia Newton-John and too many to name here!
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The new "Star Trek" series, set to debut in January 2017, will feature an openly gay character. It's good news, but why did a show that was long a torchbearer for diversity lag so badly when it comes to GLBTs?
Your columnist went to GALA and all he brought back was a tie-dyed T-shirt and a lot of fond, sustaining memories... and this super-fun interview with composer Joshua Shank.
Podcaster Chris Clayton emerges from the mists and shadows of The Strange and Deadly Show for a chat with EDGE about horror films, his career as a podcaster, and more! Just don't question his commitment...
Memory is what we rely on to tell us who we are, where we've been, what we've done. In many ways, our memories define us. But memory is also unreliable -- and what does that mean for identity? Your scribe aims to find out...
When alien scientists arrive to resume testing they left off a generation before, they find the planet under study has changed profoundly... and not for the better. Then things get even worse.
Meet Mr. Shaul Ortiz. He doesn't have to consult a fortuneteller to know he's going on a long journey. Even meeting a tall dark stranger isn't such a surprise. But what Mr. Ortiz discovers when he gets where he's going... now, that's a different matter.
Déjà vu: A very common occurrence, and nothing to get worried about. Unless you're Caduceus Trimble, a man determined to reclaim time. But time just might bite back...
Reginald Arnold Esteban, travel writer: He's seen a lot of distant places and a lot of strange things. This time he's in a place beyond understanding... and he's not coming back. How will he assess a destination that appears nowhere on the maps?
This week's tale pits inner emptiness against vast cosmic reality. What's more real, the flickering pain of solitary life or the collective blaze of the stars? Decide for yourself... if you survive a journey of 30,000 light years!
Twelve men and women impaneled on a jury. Twelve men and women who are about to see a crime through the eyes of the victims. But every story has multiple sides...
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