'Burning' Is a Quietly Stunning Thriller About Millennial Rage
The Murakami adaptation seethes and slithers and induces an incredible amount of dread.
What It's Like Adapting Haruki Murakami's Surreal Fiction
An experimental performance visualizes the Japanese novelist's magical world IRL.
You Need to Read Haruki Murakami's New Stories
'Men Without Women' is classic, hard-to-pin-down Murakami.
How 'Memoranda' Successfully Brings Haruki Murakami's Surrealism into a Video Game
Translating literature into a game is difficult. 'Memoranda' developer Bit Byterz succeeds by focusing on the big picture.
'Rotten Fence, Rotten Neighbors,' Today's Comic by Evangolos Androutsopoulos
A collapsed fence leads to a couple meeting their lame neighbors.
Famous Authors’ Thoughts While Being Photographed
I knew I should have shaved. I fucking knew it. This motherfucker best stop staring at my chin. Fast, if he knows what’s good for him.