Join Superstition Review in congratulating past contributors Alissa Nutting and Dean Bakopoulos on their forthcoming show, Made for Love, out April 1st on HBO Max. Made for Love is a dark comedy, based on Alissa’s novel of the same name (awarded the best book of 2017 by GQ, The New Yorker and NPR), of which the first two episodes are produced by Dean Bakopoulos. The show will star actress Cristin Milioti as a woman who escapes her marriage only to find that her husband, played by Billy Magnussen, has implanted her with a tracking device. She then goes to seek refuge with her father, actor Ray Romano, and alarmingly, his sex doll. Through this plot, the show explores themes such as divorce, revenge, and the depths of both love and destruction.
The Annual Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference happens from February 16-18, 2017 at Arizona State University. The three-day event will bring together writers, readers, authors, and literary aficionados for workshops, conferences, readings, social events, book signings, and more.
The event will feature writers such as: Sanderia Faye, Benjamin Percy, Kate Bernheimer, Bill Konigsberg, Alissa Nutting, Simon Ortiz, and more.