Category: Literature & the Arts

The Diary of a Teenage Girl Theater Listings

We’ve been excited about the release of the film adaptation of The Diary of a Teenage Girl ever since the rave reviews started coming in after Sundance earlier this year. Needless to say, you may have heard us mention it a few times. So, now that you’ve read the book (you’ve read it, right?), and maybe listened to …continue

Summer Reading Series: Erik Davis

  Erik Davis, author of TechGnosis, shares his summer reading list. Find out which books he plans to delve into in the coming months and why he chose each of them! For more lists from our Summer Reading Series, click here.   1) Something Coming Through by Paul McAuley (Gollancz) I heard about this new science …continue

Staff Review: The Diary of a Teenage Girl, the film

NAB staff members were invited to the San Francisco pre-screening of The Diary of a Teenage Girl at the historic Castro Theatre this past Monday. Given the anticipation we’ve all had about the movie, it was an exciting evening, made even more so by the unexpected appearance of Alexander Skarsgård in full drag (for when in Rome/the Castro…) …continue

The Cree Healer Series, Part 1

Guest Post by David Young, Robert Rogers, and Russell Willier   In our June release, A Cree Healer and his Medicine Bundle, medicine man Russell Willier, anthropologist David Young, and ethnobotanist Robert Rogers offer readers entrée into the sacred world of the Cree healing arts. In an attempt to preserve Native wisdom before it’s too …continue

Summer Reading Series: Leslie Larson

  Leslie Larson, Editor, shares her summer reading list. Find out which books she plans to delve into in the coming months and why she chose each of them! For more lists from our Summer Reading Series, click here.   1) Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor by Lynda Barry I’ve followed Lynda Barry since “Ernie …continue

The Diary of a Teenage Girl Soundtrack to Be Released on Vinyl

The film adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl starring Bel Powley, Kristen Wiig, and Alexander Skarsgård is set to be released on August 7th. As the publisher of the graphic novel on which it’s based, to say we’re very excited for the film would be a massive understatement. Amidst the news of …continue