In our August e-newsletter (which has returned after a 7-month hiatus) this month, I included a video clip, on a whim, that I found charming. This is what I wrote: Continue Reading
The Portable Dorothy Parker was the only book of Mrs. Parker’s work in print when she died in 1967. Today readers can practically put together an entire bookshelf of work Continue Reading
No collection of Dorothy Parker books is complete without owning Not Much Fun: The Lost Poems of Dorothy Parker, which first came out in 1996. Published by Scribner to much Continue Reading
Here is a video of actress Annmarie LaRocca reading Dorothy Parker’s classic “General Review of the Sex Situation.” The video is part of I Blame Poetry’s online poems project.
The degree of separation between Dorothy Parker and the president of France is 1. That would be Carla Bruni. The French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, took Bruni on a trip to Continue Reading
Not a single Sunday newspaper pundit yesterday mentioned the Dorothy Parker Copyright Fight. Maureen Dowd dropped a Parker quote into her column, however, she was writing about the screenwriters strike. Continue Reading