Tag Archives: Quail Bell Magazine

Alex Carrigan’s Writings: March-December 2017

Here are links to my published work from March-December 2017 March 2017 Quail Bell Magazine Culture: Museum Hack Museum Tours April 2017 Quail Bell Magazine Book Review: Openings: A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992 by … Continue reading

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Alex Carrigan’s 2017 Oscar Challenge

  Following the 2016 Oscar Challenge for Quail Bell Magazine, I reattempted it the next year. Here are all 11 article related to the challenge: Film: Oscar Challenge 2017 Oscar Challenge Day 1: La La Land Oscar Challenge Day 2: Hell or High … Continue reading

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Alex Carrigan’s Writings: 2016

Here are my published writings from the year 2016: January 2016 Quail Bell Magazine Film Review: Whiplash February 2016 Quail Bell Magazine Fiction: Rachael in the Park March 2016 Quail Bell Magazine Essay: Brussels Attacks May 2016 Cambridge Writers’ Workshop Book Review: The … Continue reading

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Alex Carrigan’s 2016 Oscar Challenge

In January 2016, I teamed up with Quail Bell Magazine to do daily reviews of the 88th Annual Academy Awards’ Best Picture Nominees. Here are all 10 articles in that series: Film: 88th Annual Academy Awards Challenge Oscar Challenge Day 1: … Continue reading

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Alex Carrigan’s Writings: February-December 2015

In order to catch up on the pieces I have neglected to archive on this site, I will hyperlink all the reviews, literature, and essays I have published in archive posts. The following links are all pieces I have published … Continue reading

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Film Review: America Sniper | Look Closely, and Be Careful

French film director Francois Truffaut once said there was no such thing as an anti-war movie. His main criticism was that most of these films failed to make it clear that war was not something to glamorize. You could watch … Continue reading

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Books: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage | “A Burst of Color”

I mentioned in my 2014 review that I had hoped to read more by Haruki Murakami in the upcoming year. Thankfully, I continued to mention this around family, so one of my Christmas gifts was Murakami’s latest book. Colorless Tsukuru … Continue reading

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