Charley Chase Talks!

No, this isn't one of my DVDs, but speaking as someone who cares about promoting the legacy of the great Charley Chase, this new DVD set is just as exciting to me as if I did have a hand in it. Paul Gierucki and Richard Roberts have put together an essential archive of Charley Chase's talkie shorts at Hal Roach in the early 1930s -- with new transfers, audio commentaries, and all the love this thing is due. You can order a copy here.

Easy Prey

Easy Prey is the debut, and posthumous, novel by my mother Ann P. Kalat, based on her own experiences as an undergraduate student in anthropology at Duke University Women’s College in 1968. I am proud to have played a small role in resurrecting this book and finally making it available--buy it on paperback or Kindle on Amazon now! The life of a student at Trinity University’s Women’s College in 1965 was thrilling and stressful all at once. The sheer joy of learning new things and meeting new people coexisted with the fact that women students faced a very different set of rules than the men, and risked losing their diplomas for even petty infractions. Roommates Octavia “Tavi” Hope and Holly

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