Whether you’re visiting for the first time or just looking to make an informed deep dive into the Primer’s archive, these posts are a great place to start.
In the following conversation, Dr. Keaton discusses the screenplay he’s written to give fellow Hogan’s Heroes devotees the closure he wanted himself, the show’s legacy, how he enlisted his family to help him complete the project, and why his script portrays the show’s apparent antagonists in a surprising way.
Prof. Dongell explains the difference between writing sermons and writing books, what music you should listen to as you read his new book Faith Risks, and the kinds of books he’d like to write in the future.
In the following conversation, Dr. Schleifer reveals his son’s role in helping him complete his new book, why the novella is and isn’t a mystery, and whether or not his main character would read a book like this one.
This is an announcement about a new title published under the imprimatur of the Carolina Institute for Faith and Culture. It’s a YA novel, and it’s available now on Amazon […]
Today’s word of the day comes courtesy of The History of English Podcast by Kevin Stroud (https://historyofenglishpodcast.com/). Mr. Stroud began his podcast in June of 2012, and it has continued […]
Today’s Word of the Day is principal. The word can be either an adjective or a noun. As an adjective, it means “first or highest in rank, importance, value, etc.; […]
Today’s word of the day is unctuous. The adjective has three possible meanings: 1. characterized by excessive piousness or moralistic fervor, especially in an affected manner; excessively smooth, suave, or […]
Today’s word of the day, courtesy of A.Word.A.Day at the Wordsmith.org website, is ham-handed, an adjective that means “clumsy; tactless; lacking social grace” (https://wordsmith.org/words/today.html). According to the website, the earliest […]
Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner poses several questions which it is not necessarily easy to answer. The most important of these is what the film is about. While Blade Runner is […]
I Robot is a film which, while it is no way as sophisticated, or frankly, as interesting as Blade Runner still offers up questions and points of conversation regarding what […]
What makes us humans? This question popped up in my mind as I was watching A.I. Artificial Intelligence by Steven Spielberg. The movie addresses this issue by introducing the relationship […]
In this interview, I sat down with Dr. Paul Schleifer, an English professor who specializes in English as a spoken language. I asked him various questions about Samuel Johnson and […]