Gary Corseri: When Kathy Kelly went to jail, the land of the free, home of the brave bent out of shape over deflated footballs; O’Reilly railed at one of his guests who dared to suggest that “American Sniper” was not a really, really good show.
Gary Corseri has published novels, collections of poetry, and his dramas have appeared on Atlanta-PBS and elsewhere. His work has appeared at periodicals and websites worldwide, and he has performed his work at the Carter Presidential Library. [email protected]
Larry Wines: Power to the warp engines. Take ‘er out, Mr. Spock. Third star to the left, and keep on ’til morning.
Cara Caddoo: Keen to maintain its control over global film production, Hollywood wielded its political connections and economic might to establish systems that prevented independent black filmmakers from distributing their movies.