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The Fall 2017 issue of America, a Literary quarterly created by François Busnel, with an Ellroy interview. “America Like You’ve Never Read It”
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Hanks Plays Hopkins…In His Dreams!

Tom Hanks Credit Illustration by Jillian Tamaki, courtesy New York Times
If you could play one fictional character from a novel on stage or screen, who would it be and why? And one real-life figure you first encountered in a work of nonfiction? (click for the answer)
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“Buzz M for Murder” in Vanity Fair

It was a murder that gripped New York and would reverberate to the Supreme Court: the brutal 1963 slaying of two “career girls” on the Upper East Side. One of the greatest living crime novelists resurrects the investigation, creating a new voice in the landmark case.
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L’intégrale, avec James Ellroy

Ellroy appears on the French television show “21CM”
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On Curtis Hanson: ‘He Was a Voyeur, He Was a Camera’

My strange and strangely gifted friend Curtis died earlier this week. His film of my novel L.A. Confidential was a signature moment in my life. The signature was his, more than mine. Thus, this eulogy and post-mortem note of thanks for the splendid gift he gave me.
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Marlon James’ Great American Novel: None (with an ‘American Tabloid’ asterisk)

The truth is no one novel could ever capture the American experience because there is no such thing. Or rather America is far too many things for one novel to ever capture.
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Secret Histories - James Ellroy’s “LAPD ’53” is Crime Noir Supreme

From the crime files of the Los Angeles Police Department comes this exquisite tome that into a dark and shadowy world.
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Movie Version of ‘Blood’s A Rover’ to Start Filming by Year End

Mark Gordon To Finance James Ellroy Novel ‘Blood’s A Rover’ For Movie
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‘The Black Dahlia’ Graphic Novel adaptation to be released in June

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James Ellroy, The Master of Mayhem, Moves in on the Mile High City

On a quiet Monday night at Elway’s Cherry Creek, it’s hard to miss James Ellroy. A trim six-three, clean-domed and fond of Hawaiian shirts, eyes blazing, he’s easily the most animated talker in the room. He’s not particularly loud or demonstrative, but he is passionate, holding forth on love and death and popular culture while attacking a slab of prime rib.
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James Ellroy finds real crime-scene photographs from LAPD in 1953

Interview with Ellroy about LAPD ‘53
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Knopf Turns 100

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James Ellroy calls Denver, Alamo Drafthouse home for new film series

The celebrated crime-fiction author is setting up shop in the Mile High City, and talking smack about John Elway
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Obsessed with crime drama? From the makers of Total Film and SFX comes brand new quarterly magazine Crime Scene, celebrating the very best in crime on TV and in books and film

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The Gutter of Babel

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