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u/mudo2000 · 2 pointsr/entertainment

Meh, it's been a SERIOUSLY long time since I kept up with her, but she went all "yay Jesus" for a while there and stopped writing vampire/witch stuff for a long time. Then Stan Rice died, Katrina happened, and she was suddenly like "yeah, back to vampires; Christians are hypocrites."

I think she only denounced her stuff because she found Jesus for a little while.

I have the profound pleasure to live in the same town and come in contact with Nikki Giovanni. In one of her earlier works, Gemini, she talks at length about bringing down the white establishment and not replacing it with black people, because then she'd just be in the same establishment. She wanted to bring it all down and start all over. She wrote this in the early 70s. As I gave her a copy to sign in 2008, I wanted to ask her how she felt about this now, particularly since she has a very well paying job and teaches primarily white kids. "Nikki, I'd like to ask you about Gemini," I said. She began to laugh and said, "oh, I haven't read that in so long... All I can tell you is that you always change. Every day, you change. When you don't change, you're dead."

So... I think a lot of authors denounce their earlier work, but not because they don't agree, but because they change.

u/jessica_bunny · 120 pointsr/entertainment

She wrote a book. I recommend it. She was also an addict for a long period time of time, and got clean when she left Scott shortly after their kids were born.

I dont think she is making this about her, I think she is trying to show that an addict doesnt just mess up his life - he messes up the lives of everyone around him. And its not healthy to look up to these people as heroes or role models, when they are fighting such battles with their addictions. Just my two cents.

These quotes from the article really show what she is trying to say:

>The outpouring of condolences and prayers offered to our children, Noah and Lucy, has been overwhelming, appreciated and even comforting. But the truth is, like so many other kids, they lost their father years ago. What they truly lost on December 3rd was hope.

>"That mess was our father. We loved him, but a deep-rooted mix of love and disappointment made up the majority of our relationship with him."

>This is the final step in our long goodbye to Scott. Even though I felt we had no other choice, maybe we never should have let him go. Or maybe these last few years of separation were his parting gift to us – the only way he could think to soften what he knew would one day crush us deep into our souls.

u/spikey666 · 2 pointsr/entertainment

very cool. of course I already have it on dvd. but still very awesome.

u/badarabdad · 1 pointr/entertainment

READ THIS BOOK - it is one of the best books I've ever read. Just amazing vision and scope. I had no idea they were making it into a movie. Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.

u/WiretapStudios · 2 pointsr/entertainment

Skip the shite article and read the great book about them: Whores.

You'll see why it went to shit: Heroin, then crack for Perry. Great performers and musicians, but wow, what a trainwreck. The book is built all from interview quotes from each of them during all these periods and after, so they tell the story instead of the authors voice.

u/diamond · 2 pointsr/entertainment

"Take a fantastic leap of the imagination and explore the world through three parallel universes - Alphaverse (what our world could end up being), Betaverse (our world today), and Gammaverse (what our world could have been)"

This premise sounds strikingly similar to Kim Stanley Robinson's Three Californias trilogy.

u/pancakeater2 · 3 pointsr/entertainment

can you explain this to me? Would this link actually help me? Darn it.

u/Mr_A · 1 pointr/entertainment

The Complete MAXX DVD set is available exclusively through Amazon and is worth every cent.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/entertainment

Thanks for posting, but this is the actual source. The article you linked was quoting the book.

u/InterPunct · 3 pointsr/entertainment

Read this book, HBO is making a documentary of it. IMO people can believe whatever they want, but this organization is run by thugs :

u/Zed · 1 pointr/entertainment

Some things I've gotten from Paperbackswap in recent months:

u/zoomzoomz · 8 pointsr/entertainment

Did you put a referrer ID in your link?


u/irockguitar · 1 pointr/entertainment

He also talked all about it in his autobiography that was released in 2007.

u/luciferin · 8 pointsr/entertainment

Apparently it's been out since November, and it's only $58!!

u/joltek · 3 pointsr/entertainment

If you don't want frozen grapes, they have these reuseable ice cubes.

u/paranoidbillionaire · 4 pointsr/entertainment

I agree with you, 100%. Well, I've only read up to Vol. 7 of the books, so maybe the General is a character I haven't read of yet, but I assumed you meant the Governor, so 100% might still be the correct description.

Oh, and if you haven't already, you should pre-order The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor while you can still get the hardcover for paperback prices.