Witness To A Hit?

I don’t read the New York Times much anymore because I find it actually sucks information out of my head, making me less informed than I was when I started.  But I’m in New York, and…

Emperor Me

An article up at Spero News describes me as being “rather like a one-man media empire.” I wish they’d added, “but better looking.” No such luck. Here’s how it begins: “Andrew Klavan is already the author…

Praise For “Long Way Home”

Daniell Crandall posts a glowing review for The Long Way Home with our friends at The American Culture. “Andrew Klavan’s latest grabs you at the opening, with a life or death knife fight in a public…

“The Wire” Vs The Facts

The Wire is one of the best television shows I ever saw, that anyone ever saw.  Created by David Simon, who wrote the sensational true crime book Homicide:  A Year On The Killing Streets, it’s a…

A Good Education

I’m a bit embarrassed to say I stayed away from this movie because I assumed it was part of Hollywood’s ongoing attempt to normalize child sexuality and win sympathy for child molesters.  I have friends who…

“Shutter” Bugs Me

I know, I know, it’s a big hit.  Still. Dennis Lehane’s novel Shutter Island is a bagatelle but a good one, a very enjoyable beach read by one of our top crime writers.  There’s just about…

Tiger Woods’ Sex Life And Me

The perfect golf swing, as I understand it, involves having your upper body act almost independently of your lower body.  Tiger Woods was so expert at this, he was actually able to use his upper body…

Me At OneNewsNow

A brief article up at OneNewsNow.com has me pointing out the obvious:  that Christians are far too often the bad guys in mainstream entertainment.  Frankly, though, I think it goes beyond that.  We are in a…

Dull Bright Star

It would be difficult to overstate what the poet John Keats has meant to what I’ll laughingly call my life and thought.  His poems, his letters, his biography – they’ve all been a major source of…

Five Things I Loved About “The Wolfman.”

Okay, the movie doesn’t work.  It has zero character development and the plot – which is actually quite good – seems to have wound up largely on the cutting room floor.  But you have to understand,…