Friday, November 30, 2012

My Posts on Spy Fiction

Listed below are my posts regarding spy fiction, in print as well as television and film, listed by author or franchise.*

James Bond
On Bond Bashing
11/21/12
Has Quantum of Solace Been Overcriticized?
11/15/12
The Best and Worst of Ian Fleming's James Bond Novels
11/11/11
New in Print . . . (The Many Lives and Deaths of James Bond)
9/14/12
The 50th Anniversary of the James Bond Film Series
4/9/12
From Screen to Page: Reading Ian Fleming
10/16/11
The End of James Bond?
8/28/10
More . . .

Chuck
"Chuck Versus the Goodbye"
1/27/12
SFTV and Friday Nights
11/18/11
New and Noteworthy (SFTV Ratings, Movie Grosses, Bond 23)
11/4/11
The Return of Chuck
10/24/11
More . . .

Tom Clancy
Unintentionally Writing An Alternate Timeline
11/10/13
Jack Ryan Five, Jack Ryan One
2/14/13
Reading the Jack Ryan Novels
12/12/12

John Le Carrè
Filming John Le Carrè's The Honourable Schoolboy
7/1/13
Smiley, Ace of Spies: Reading John Le Carrè
3/1/13

Robert Ludlum
The Matarese Circle – Coming to a Theater Near You?
3/26/12
Reflections on the Jason Bourne Series
10/27/11

Dirk Pitt
New and Noteworthy (Indie Publishing, A Call for More Dirk Pitt Movies, Rules for Cinematic Blockbusters)
9/5/12
Dirk Pitt Returns?
5/20/12
Review: Deep Six, by Clive Cussler
1/21/12
Returning to Sahara: The Dirk Pitt Novels On Screen
2/15/11
Reflections on the Dirk Pitt Series
2/10/11
More . . .

Other
Of Alternate Literary History: Jack London's The Assassination Bureau
11/16/12
New and Noteworthy (Unfilmable SF Movies, Spy Movies, Futurism)
10/21/12
The Return of Xander Cage?
9/26/12
Reading Bulldog Drummond
5/22/12
A History of the Spy Story, Part II: The Life of a Genre
2/6/12
A History of the Spy Story, Part I: The Birth of a Genre
2/1/12
Thoughts on W. Somerset Maugham's Ashenden
1/11/12
New and Noteworthy (High Thrillers and Low, Welcome to the Greenhouse, Alternative Ending for Little Brother, Ian Sales)
2/17/11

* Also see "Science Fiction and the Post-Cold War" and "The Rise and Decline of the Military Techno-thriller," which appeared in the Internet Review of Science Fiction in its January 2009 and November 2009 editions respectively.


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