Posts Tagged ‘Big Other’

This is an inventory all of all my film articles, updated whenever I write something new. I put the general / theoretical articles first, followed by more specific reviews and analyses. Christopher Nolan of course gets his own section, as does Drive. Enjoy!

Arguments for an expanded notion of cinema:

Other overviews:

Christopher Nolan:


The Dark Knight Rises:


The Hobbit:

Other movie reviews & analyses:

My Favorite New Movies (my yearly round-ups):

A D & Jeremy Talk about Movies:


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American Book Review recently featured a section on “book blogs,” which included reviews of both HTMLGIANT (by Matthew Vollmer) and Big Other (by Mary Miller).

(I was mentioned in both, for what it’s worth.)

The whole feature was edited by Brian Carr, and also includes reviews of NewPages and The Rumpus and The Millions and The Nervous Breakdown and Bookslut and The Barking and MobyLives.

Random trivia tidbit: I was once the layout editor of ABR, 2000–1.

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I’ve written a lot at both HTMLGIANT and Big Other and so, mainly for my own sake, I’ve created guides to those all posts.

The HTMLGIANT guide is here. It is as of yet mostly uncategorized, though I’ve added some general keywords describing each post.

The Big Other guide is here. It is categorized to the point of redundancy.

This is of course assuming of course that you care to (re-)visit any of that writing. (If so, thanks!)

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The articles are starting to pile up there, so I created a section at my website that links to each post.

I also took a moment to update my guide to all of my writing at Big Other. Enjoy…

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Jason Behrends was kind enough to interview me in regards to some of my current work. It is here.

I will also be reading at the Orange Alert series on 21 August, 6pm, at The Whistler.

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Davis Schneiderman let me write about a failed book project over at Big Other, as part of his ongoing series #AuthorFail. (Thanks, Davis!)

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