ReelTalk Movie Reviews editor and OFCS member Betty Jo Tucker will have her essay “Weird and Wonderful Cinema” included in V. Ulea’s upcoming anthology Quantum Genre on the Planet of the Arts, to be released in e-book format by the publishers of Paraphilia Magazine.
For the anthology, a collection of short stories, flash fiction, book interpretations, and other works where “the technique [is] unlike the one we observe in mainstream literature,” Betty Jo’s article has been selected as the only entry covering film. She describes her essay:
In keeping with the Quantum Genre concept, “Weird and Wonderful Cinema” describes a meeting of my Current Self, Past Self and Future Self as we revise film reviews for three movies — The Fountain, Mulholland Drive, and Sliding Doors — to include new Quantum Works perspectives.
For more information on Quantum Genre in the Planet of Arts or to order, visit Paraphilia Magazine‘s website.