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Shorties (The 2019 Man Booker International Prize Longlist, New Music from Joan As Police Woman, and more)

The 2019 Man Booker International Prize longlist has been announced. Stream a new song by Joan As Police Woman. March's best eBook deals. Entries are now open for the 2019 Tiny Desk Contest. Author William Boyle discussed his favorite "screwball noir" films at . Cherry Glazerr visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. Variety and Rolling Stone recommended the best books to read about wrongful conviction. The Guardian recommended books about buildi...
Tags: Music, David, Rolling Stone, Joan, Toro Y Moi, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Eliot, Granta, Daisy Johnson, William Boyle, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, SXSW The New York Times, Terrence Hayes, Alan Trotter


Man Booker Prize 2018 To Anna Burns’s ‘Milkman’

“The experimental novel, Burns’s third, is narrated by an unnamed 18-year-old girl, known as ‘middle sister’, who is being pursued by a much older paramilitary figure, the milkman,” during Northern Ireland’s Troubles. Burns, the first Booker winner from Ulster, “beat writers including the American literary heavyweight Richard Powers; Daisy Johnson, at 27 the youngest author ever to be shortlisted for the award; and the Canadian writer Esi Edugyan.”
Tags: Art, Northern Ireland, Words, Burns, Ulster, Daisy Johnson, Anna Burns, Richard Powers, 10.16.18


Man Booker Prize 2018 Shortlist Includes Youngest Finalist Ever But Not Winner Of ‘Golden Booker’

Perhaps the two most notable names on the longlist, Michael Ondaatje (who won the 50th anniversary ‘Golden Man Booker’ earlier this year for The English Patient) for Warlight and Nick Drnaso for Sabrina (the first graphic novel ever to be considered for the award), did not make the final cut. Among those who did are Esi Edugyan for Washington Black, Robin Robertson for The Long Take (written largely in verse), and, for Everything Under, 27-year-old Daisy Johnson, the youngest writer ever to make...
Tags: Art, Washington, Words, Michael Ondaatje, Nick Drnaso, Daisy Johnson, Sabrina, Golden Man Booker, Esi Edugyan, Robin Robertson, 09.20.18


Man Booker Prize: Daisy Johnson is youngest nominee

Female authors dominate the Man Booker Prize 2018 shortlist.
Tags: UK, News, Daisy Johnson


Daisy Johnson, Rachel Kushner among Man Booker finalists

LONDON (AP) — Three U.K. authors, two Americans and a Canadian are finalists for the Man Booker Prize for fiction. The shortlist announced Thursday includes two first novels: U.K. poet Robin Robertson’s verse novel “The Long Take” and “Everything Under” by British writer Daisy Johnson. At 27, Johnson is the youngest-ever Booker finalist. The American […]
Tags: London, News, Ap, Johnson, Booker, Daisy Johnson, Nation & World, Robin Robertson, Johnson Rachel Kushner


The Man Booker Prize 2018 Longlist

So the Man Booker Prize 2018 longlist has been announced. It has seemed strange in the last few years that I haven’t done a ‘guessing the longlist’ post or video, as since I started Savidge Reads in any form I …
Tags: Books, Michael Ondaatje, Nick Drnaso, Man Booker, Daisy Johnson, Anna Burns, Richard Powers, Donal Ryan, Random Savidgeness, Belinda Bauer, Savidge Reads, Rachel Kushner, Sally Rooney, Esi Edugyan, Guy Gunaratne, Man Booker Prize 2018


Chloe Bennet Won't Wear Setting Spray on Set: "Women Can Be Messed Up"

Much like Daisy Johnson, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. character she's played for the past five years, Chloe Bennet speaks in a deep, powerful voice. Her cadence is unapologetically slow - she's going to talk for as long as she needs to, and you're going to listen. Such casual, mature confidence is probably what makes people think the actress is older than her 26 years. That and the fact that she boasts a wildly impressive résumé that includes her stint on S.H.I.E.L.D., some time on Nashville, an...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Hollywood, China, Time, Marvel, America, Beauty, Nashville, Bennet, Skin Care, Wang, Chloe, Daisy Johnson, Chloe Bennet, Beauty News


‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Blu-ray Announced, Will Feature 14 Deleted Scenes

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming home. Rian Johnson‘s sci-fi sequel has officially announced its Blu-ray and Digital HD release, along with a slew of special features. Among those features are 14 deleted scenes — so you can finally find out the origin of those mysterious unused moments from the trailer. The Last Jedi will be available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray disc on  March 27, 2018 and  Digital HD and 4K Ultra HD and via Movies Anywhere on  March 13, 2018 .  Disney announced...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Digital, Sequels, Andy Serkis, Johnson, Lucasfilm, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Rian Johnson, Snoke, Snyder, Daisy Johnson, DVD/Blu-Ray, Star Wars: The Last Jedi


Animated ‘Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors’ Introduces a Completely Diverse Superhero Team

It’s taken them a long time, but Marvel is finally bringing a fully diverse superhero team to the screen. And though it’s not the big screen, it’s still pretty darn cool. The animated feature film Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors will boast a team of some of the most beloved female characters and heroes of color in the Marvel comics: Captain Marvel, America Chavez, Squirrel Girl, Patriot, Spider-Gwen (going by Ghost Spider here), Quake, Inferno, and Exile. And in an even greater bid for diversity...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Mtv, Animation, Avengers, Chris, Wolf, Brie Larson, Chavez, Kevin Feige, Peter Parker, Latina, Daisy Johnson, Tyler Posey, MCU, Kamala Khan


The Trailer and Key Art for New Animated Franchise Marvel Rising

The trailer and key art for new animated franchise Marvel Rising Marvel Entertainment has announced Marvel Rising, a brand-new, multi-platform animation franchise starring the next generation of Marvel heroes set to launch in 2018. The program will launch with six, four-minute digital shorts that spotlight Spider-Gwen with her new secret moniker, Ghost-Spider, and introduce audiences to the world of Marvel Rising. Following the shorts, a feature-length animated film, Marvel Rising: Secret War...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, America, TV News, New Orleans, Nashville, Grant, Captain America, Dante, Gwen, Kevin, Gloria, Stacy, Carol Danvers, Daisy


Live-Action ‘Teen Titans’ Series Casts Anna Diop as Starfire: Why This Color-Blind Casting Is Great News

The live-action Teen Titans series, currently named Titans, is starting to get off the ground, with a newly cast Starfire joining the team after Australian newcomer Teagan Croft was cast as Raven. With the news that Anna Diop, a relatively unknown actress from 24: Legacy, was cast as Starfire in the live-action Teen Titans series to premiere on Warner Bros.’ new digital service, there were the usual racist rumblings of “she looks nothing like the comic book character.” First, ahem, Starfire is ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Justice League, Warner Bros, Cartoon Network, Cw, Iris, Warner Brothers, Zoe Saldana, Lupita Nyong, Greg Berlanti, Candice Patton, Wally, Daisy Johnson, Geoff Johns, Miles Morales


‘Inhumans’ Character Teasers Make Medusa’s Hair Look Slightly More Human

Marvel’s Inhumans continues barrelling down poorly-placed rails on its way to being a trainwreck, but you can’t blame Marvel for trying to salvage the remains before the show debuts. As the promotional rollout continues before Inhumans makes its IMAX run and ABC premiere in September, Marvel wants you to know the characters as more than just a pair of bad wigs and discount Syfy costumes. The new teaser melodramatically introduces the Royal Family and some other core characters, along with some ...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Hawaii, Royals, Serinda Swan, Marvel Studios, Medusa, Triton, Lockjaw, Carter, Don, Gorgon, Karnak, Daisy Johnson, Comic Book/Superhero, Scott Buck


Weekend Reading

In this edition, possibly the last work from the late, great Oliver Sacks, vacation and back to school reading, viva la Western, and more. Erin Kodicek: I'm going to read The River of Consciousness--one of the last two books Oliver Sacks was working on when he died. Sacks's ceaseless pursuit to figure out what makes us human is on full display in this fascinating collection of essays, as is his infectious enthusiasm. 'River' is not released until late October. Fortunately we can all revisit Sack...
Tags: Books, England, California, New York City, History, Mystery, Lincoln, Johnson, Young Adult, Amazon Books, Hayes, Teen Vogue, Yo Adrian, Graywolf, Bartok, Olmstead


22 Funko Pop! Vinyl T-Shirts to Give You More Things to Collect!

In the world of geekdom, there are all types of collectors. I’m a comic book collector myself, I know rare. And I don’t even collect things that may increase in price, I collect writers and artists that I like. I may be a rare breed, because most of my geek friends collect action figures, statutes and prop replicas. Some collect specific characters and properties, other collect specific brands, and a few collect everything they can get their hands on. But in the past few years, one collectable h...
Tags: Entertainment, Friends, Amc, Doctor Who, Superman, X-files, Walking Dead, Pop, San Diego, Vinyl, Harley Quinn, Assassin's Creed, Batman, Michael Jackson, Joker, MJ


LeVar Burton Has A Podcast For The 'Reading Rainbow' Generation

If you’re a bookworm who grew up between 1983 and 2006, there’s a good chance you were partially raised by LeVar Burton’s soothing voice as he guided young readers through the thrilling world of a book. “Reading Rainbow,” Burton’s beloved PBS Kids show, helped inspire countless kids with a love for reading. Now, the “Reading Rainbow” kids are all grown up ― and, fortunately for us, Burton is back with a new short fiction podcast on Stitcher. In each episode, he selects a short story and reads i...
Tags: News, Huffington Post, Burton, Claire Fallon, Daisy Johnson, LeVar Burton, Reading Rainbow, Fen, Reading Rainbow Burton


Is Wonder Woman's New Look The Pinnacle Of Female Superhero Costumes?

Tall, statuesque, and pulsing with Amazonian blood, Diana (Gal Gadot) doesn't easily blend in with the outside world in the film Wonder Woman. Her human guide, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), recognizes that she desperately needs a disguise. So, their first destination in London is a department store.While Diana is confounded by many aspects of the human world, what puzzles her the most is women's fashion. In the dressing room, she itches her way out of constraining corsets, pouffy skirts, and tight...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Jennifer Lawrence, Superman, Diana, Batgirl, Victoria, Batman, Ellen Page, Halle Berry, Jason Momoa, SilverStone, Grey, Robin, Catwoman


‘Agents Of SHIELD’ Season 4 Finale Spoilers: Chloe Bennet Teases Daisy’s Happiness

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” is likely to have some intense drama before leaving for summer hiatus, but not everyone is miserable. One character has done a complete turnaround from where she was last season. Daisy Johnson won’t be questioning her future with the team this year, and it even sounds like she’s more confident than ever in the Season 4 finale.
Tags: News, Daisy Johnson, Chloe Bennet


15 Stellar Short Stories You Can Read Online This Month

In April, America celebrates National Poetry Month; from June to August, occupy long summer days. Nestled nicely between, there’s another seasonal celebration of literature: National Short Story Month. Short stories ― works of fiction that are smaller than a breadbox, but bigger than a double haiku ― are too often overlooked by book buyers and those responsible for literary awards. But the entire month of May is dedicated to the form, so it’s as good a time as any to dip into the huge body of...
Tags: News, Mississippi, America, Hobart, Johnson, Huffington Post, Gettysburg, Miller, Rosa, Zhang, Salma, Akhil Sharma, Schiff, Madden, Granta, Daisy Johnson


Eerie 'Fen' Is Full Of Dazzling, Hard-To-Explain Stories

Daisy Johnson's story collection is set in the marshlands of eastern England — now mostly, catastrophically drained. It's beautifully creepy, hard to explain but easy to read over and over again.(Image credit: Emily Bogle/NPR)
Tags: England, News, Daisy Johnson


#AuthoReadeR Discussion with Cynan Jones

Back in November, TNBBC had the opportunity to   with Cynan Jones about his novel .  During that time, we discussed plot and character development, how he assigns his protagonists jobs, the settings of Whales and the sea, and some of Cynan's favorite books,  This is the week-long conversation, in its entirety: TNBBC: Hi Cynan!  I had fallen in love immediately with your style of writing. It had this wonderful way of just sucking me right in.   EVERYTHING I FOUND ON THE BEACH ...
Tags: Books, UK, Wales, US, South Africa, Carol, Star Tribune, Daniel, Eric, George Bailey, Rhonda, west Wales, Lori, Norris, Coffee House, Deanna


Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Returns with a New Clip

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD returns with a new clip Ahead of the series return this week, ABC and Marvel have released a new clip for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Episode 4.07 featuring Chloe Bennet’s Agent Daisy Johnson and Lorenzo James Henrie as Gabe Reyes, the brother of Robbie Reyes, aka Ghost Rider. Check it out in the player below. Titled “Deals with Our Devils,” the episode is officially described as follows: “With the loss of half the team, the remaining members search for answers as the ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, Marvel, TV News, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Gabe, MacKenzie, Daisy Johnson, Chloe Bennet, TV Premiere Dates, Gabriel Luna, ABC Television Network ABC, Lorenzo James Henrie, Natalia Cordova Buckley, Clark Gregg


Daisy Johnson Hitches a Ride with Ghost Rider in Agents of SHIELD Set Video

Daisy Johnson hitches a ride with Ghost Rider in Agents of SHIELD set video Production is in full swing on Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season 4, and a couple of set videos (via Comic Book) show Chloe Bennet’s Daisy Johnson hitching a ride on the spirit of vengeance’s Dodge Charger. Check them out below! In light of the Sokovia Accords, and with Hydra obliterated, S.H.I.E.L.D. has been legitimatized again and no longer needs to operate in the shadows. Since the world presumes that Coulson is dea...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, TV News, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Hydra, Mack, Fitz, Simmons, Daisy, MacKenzie, Daisy Johnson, Coulson, Chloe Bennet, TV Premiere Dates, Clark Gregg


Chloe Bennet Talks Daisy Johnson, Adding Ghost Rider to Agents of SHIELD

Chloe Bennet talks Daisy Johnson, adding Ghost Rider to Agents of SHIELD If the flash-forward at the conclusion of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is any indicator, the cast will be in some all-new and unexpected places when the fourth season begins, but for Chloe Bennet’s Daisy Johnson it’s a deliberate choice. “She’s hurting from what’s happened the past couple of seasons and I think her way of protecting the people she cares about, Coulson and the team and SHIELD, is to really isolate herself,” ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, Marvel, TV News, Bennet, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Hydra, Mack, Gabriel, Fitz, Simmons, Daisy, IGN, MacKenzie, Daisy Johnson


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3, Episode 21 / 22 - "Absolution"/"Ascension" (Review)

Daisy Johnson's three-season journey from hacker to agent to outcast shows that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has always been her story. [Author: Daniel Rasmus]
Tags: Music, Daniel Rasmus, Daisy Johnson


Even An ‘Agents of SHIELD’ Star Says Marvel Studios Doesn’t Care About the Show

Even though the television series Agents of SHIELD takes place in the Marvel cinematic universe, there has still be a significant disconnect between the Marvel Studios show on ABC and their feature films. The biggest piece of evidence pointing to a lack of cooperation between the two Marvel entities is the fact that Agents of SHIELD probably won’t cross over with the Inhumans movie (which has been pulled from Marvel’s schedule, but will still get made eventually), even though they share an enti...
Tags: Quotes, Television, Movies, Abc, Agents Of Shield, Marvel, Avengers, Bennet, Marvel Studios, Skye, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daisy Johnson, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Chloe Bennet, Comic Book/Superhero


Agents of SHIELD Star Says Marvel Doesn't Care Enough About Its Own TV Show

The unspoken secret that Marvel’s TV and movie ventures aren’t as interconnected as the company would like you to think they are has become a lot less unspoken lately. And the loudest acknowledgement about this separation has come courtesy of Agents of SHIELD’s Daisy Johnson herself, Chloe Bennet.Read more...
Tags: TV, Movies, Agents Of Shield, Marvel, Daisy Johnson, Chloe Bennet, Chloe Bennet Read


The Major Sacrifice One Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Character Just Made

In the midst of tying into Captain America: Civil War, last night’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode continued the storyline of Daisy Johnson being controlled by Hive, and the latest development led to one character making a major sacrifice.
Tags: Religion, America, Daisy Johnson


Daisy Johnson Has a Vision of the Future in New Agents of SHIELD Photos

Daisy Johnson has a vision of the future in new Agents of SHIELD photos ABC and Marvel Entertainment have released the first batch of photos from episode 3.15 of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD which you can check out in the gallery below! Titled “Spacetime,” the April 5 episode is officially described as follows: “When Daisy gets a horrifying glimpse of the future, S.H.I.E.L.D. races to prove that fate is not fixed.” The Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD cast includes Clark Gregg as Director Phil Coulson,...
Tags: TV, Abc, Marvel, TV News, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Marvel Entertainment, Daisy, MacKenzie, Daisy Johnson, ComingSoon, TV Premiere Dates, ABC Television Network ABC Kelsey McNeal, Clark Gregg, Phil Coulson Ming Na Wen, Melinda May Brett Dalton, Grant Ward Chloe Bennet


Books I’m Looking Forward to in the Next Six Months

I know we are past the middle of the first month of 2016 but, as is my want, I thought it might be a nice idea to let you know about some of the books that I am really looking …
Tags: Joyce Carol Oates, Elena Ferrante, Ken Liu, Sarah Pinborough, Nicola Barker, Daniel Clowes, Samantha Hunt, Isy Suttie, Garth Greenwell, Farrell, Sunil Yapa, Joanne Harris, Amy Liptrot, Kate Tempest, Ismail Kadare, Fiona Barton


Alabama Tornado Adds To Christmas Storm Woes

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Tags: National Weather Service, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Marine Corps, Birmingham, Charles Johnson, Huffington Post, South, Robert Bentley, Kelly Chen, Perkins, Flynn, Elba, Birmingham Ala