Author Archive: Joseph Hutt

Artists and community collaborate to keep our waters clean

First published in the Kitchissippi Times on Oct. 15, 2015 Keeping the Ottawa River safe and clean is no small task for The Ottawa Riverkeeper (TOR), but a local art gallery has decided to lend a hand in preserving this…
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The Man Behind the Glass: An Interview with Dominic Bercier

Originally published on cuppajoebooks.tumblr.com on January 30, 2015.  It has been my pleasure, over the last few weeks, to be in correspondence with Dominic Bercier, the man who leads a busy double life as president and co-founder of Mirror Comics,…
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From Black Ink to Silver Screen: An Interview with Screenwriter Les Bohem

By Joseph Hutt Saturday Night Reader recently had the pleasure of interviewing Les Bohem, the screenwriter of such movies as A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 and Dante’s Peak, about the process of translating literary classics into film adaptations. His…
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“The Book was Better”: The Difficulties of Adapting Classics to the Big Screen

Unedited version of article that was originally published in print run of Saturday Night Reader in the Fall 2015 issue.  By Joseph Hutt Many authors have hated the film adaptations of their work and yet Hollywood persists because, whether the…
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