Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson's novels include The Silk Code (winner Locus Award, Best 1st Science Fiction Novel of 1999) & The Plot To Save Socrates. His nonfiction including Fake News in Real Context has been translated into 15 languages. 

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Review of 'Sharp Objects' 4
18 days ago
"You can't change history," Mr. Lacey tells Amma, as she tries her little best to seduce him—or begin to seduce him—in the fourth episode of Sharp Objects on HBO last night. If this were a time travel...
Review of 'Sharp Objects' 3
20 days ago
A lateral third episode of Sharp Objects on last Sunday—meaning, the story didn't really move much forward, but we learned a lot more about the characters, mostly about lead character Camille and her ...
Review of The Blue Dahlia's 'La Tradition Américaine'
24 days ago
I had lunch a few days ago with my niece Dahlia—better known to you, the world, as The Blue Dahlia. In addition to her smiles, her laughter like summer rain, and her sparkle, she left me with a copy o...
Review of 'Sharp Objects' 1 and 2
a month ago
Catching up with the first two episodes of Sharp Objects, the limited summer series on HBO. It's distantly reminiscent of True Detective and Broadchurch, with a little Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and even "...
Review of 'Humans' Season 3 Final Three Episodes
a month ago
I decided to review the final three episodes of Humans, Season 3, as a single piece, since they're even more closely connected than episodes usually are in this fine series. The upshot of these episod...
Why Trump Loves Putin
a month ago
Blackmail has often been cited, sometimes along with gratitude for the help Russia gave him in the 2016 election, as the reason Trump so adheres to Putin, as seen again in the Helsinki press conferenc...