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Peter Winkler is the author of Dennis Hopper: the Wild Ride of a Hollywood Rebel (Barricade Books, 2011). Filmmaker Philippe Mora says, "I knew Dennis Hopper in his wild days and his sober days. Winkler's deeply researched biography is the definitive book on this live wire who lived on the high wire." Winkler has also written for a variety of publications, including Filmfax, The Huffington Post, and Playboy. He was the subject of a feature article in the Los Angeles Times, and has been interviewed on talk radio shows in the U.S. and Europe. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with honors.

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Bookish's Dirty Little Secret The new website Bookish is little more than a promotional vehicle for books produced by the three publishers funding the site, with an underpowered book-recommendation engine that's not ready for prime time.

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Why I Voted Third Party: Obama is Not the Lesser Evil This article explains my rational for voting for a third party candidate in this election. It attacks the assumption that one must vote for Obama because his policies not as bad as Mitt Romney's.