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Hi, I'm Sean Reiser, I have interesting, creative, smart friends.

A number of my friends have blogs, podcasts, photo feeds and create other content on the web. Instead of a traditional blogroll, I have created a list of links to their content. This list is updated automagically as they post to their blog. None of the content here is mine, nor is it owned by me. It does not necessarily reflect my opinion nor the opinion of my clients, employers, family, friends, or entourage. Share and Enjoy!

P.S. If you're a friend of mine and want to have your posts listed here drop me a line.

Friends' Posts

Yesterday the NY Times fired Donald McNeil , a reporter I've written about here , in glowing terms, many times. There isn't another reporter in the world that I have so much respect for. He taught me about viruses, in clear language that I understood, that didn't insult my intelligence. In a time where all our lives are threatened by a virus, his reporting and advice was potentially life-saving. I
2 weeks 6 days ago

People will probably pick up Courtney Summers’ newest title The Project simply because it’s about a cult, and that’s fine. It’s a frankly terrifying story of the way groups like the fictional Unity Project can prey on people who are hurting and vulnerable, taking advantage of those who feel lost and unmoored in the world. But […] Courtney Summers’ cult thriller The Project is both suspenseful and
3 weeks 1 day ago

Gita Trelease’s Everything That Burns is technically a sequel to the 2019 YA fantasy novel Enchantee. Originally called Liberte, this novel has undergone a title change and suffered multiple publication delays over the course of the pandemic that’s rocked much of the publishing world. Enchantee itself has since been renamed All That Glitters. And those are probably the least shocking changes that
3 weeks 1 day ago

The Golden Globes made history this week, nominating three women for best directing honors for the first time ever – Chloe Zhao for Nomadland, Regina King for One Night in Miami, and Emerald Fennell for Promising Young Woman.  This groundbreaking development comes after six straight years in which no women at all were included in the directing category at […] Golden Globes make history by
3 weeks 1 day ago

As we all try to decide how to get through a winter unlike any other, we’re all turning toward comfort food of all varieties. Whether that means literal food (yours truly has eaten what might be considered an unhealthy amount of boxed mac and cheese) or escapist entertainment, this is a time of year to […] A Pho Love Story author Loan Le recommends five YA stories with Asian protagonists -
3 weeks 2 days ago

Erika Johansen’s fantasy debut The Queen of the Tearling was published in 2014 and the trilogy that followed was everything that readers could have asked for: A compelling story set in a rich, fully-formed universe with three-dimensional characters and real, life or death stakes. I read much of the original series with my heart in my throat […] Beneath the Keep is the Queen of the Tearling prequel
3 weeks 2 days ago

Adalyn Grace’s debut novel, All the Stars and Teeth, was one of the best YA fantasies of 2020, telling the story of a princess desperate to prove herself and the pirate ship on which she sets out on an adventure to do so. Its sequel, All the Tides of Fate, brings Amora Montara’s story to […] Sequel All the Tides of Fate offers a bittersweet but satisfying conclusion - Culturess - Culturess - Women
3 weeks 3 days ago

Supergirl’s final season will likely contain many important moments and milestones – and one has already happened before it even airs. Star Azie Tesfai, who plays Kelly Olsen on the popular CW superhero drama, is also officially a co-writer on an episode of the series’ last season. Many Arrowverse stars have pulled double duty both in front […] Supergirl star Azie Tesfai has co-written an episode
3 weeks 3 days ago

Randall Poster is a music supervisor for film and television with a career that spans over two decades and a wide range of genres. His collaborations with Wes Anderson and Martin Scorsese have resulted in now seminal films, and it would be almost impossible to have not heard his work. Randall talks with John and Stewart about how he got into music supervision, the nuts and bolts of the process,
3 weeks 4 days ago

As the cold weather sets in during February, it’s usually a perfect time to settle in, snuggle up with a cozy blanket, and read a good book. And this year, that statement may be more true than ever before – after all, snowstorms and snow days suddenly seem a lot less exciting when we’re already […] 11 must-read new YA book releases to snuggle up with in February - Culturess - Culturess - Women's
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