They just brought it up to me and said, 'Hey, this is what we're going to do.' They're going to put out a section and call it Judge's Chambers and give them little judge outfits, and we'll see what happens. I think it turned out great.
I get the 'The New York Times' and 'Los Angeles Times' thrown at my door every morning. I'll read the front page of 'The New York Times,' then the op-eds, then scan the arts section and then the sports section. Then I do the same with the 'L.A. Times.'
I get the 'Guardian' delivered every day and read it very quickly. I like it for both the TV and theatre reviews and because it's very accessible. At the weekend, I get the 'Observer' because I love the food supplement, Observer Food Monthly, and the style section. And I can't resist the News of the World.
If you've driven over to the gay section of Los Angeles, it's like a golf course... Real estate values go 'boom!'
In bookstores, my stuff is usually filed in the out-of-the-way, additional interest sections.
I've always published a range of responses to my work in the letters section of my comic book.
The science of semiconducting and metallic polymers is inherently interdisciplinary; it falls at the intersection of chemistry and physics.
I have always loved magic realism as a form of writing. I have also been fascinated for a long time with the intersection of science and religion.
I tend to think of the organ as part of the rhythm section, rather than a frontline voice.
I'm a giant person. I can't go and buy women's shoes in a shoe store. I don't even go in the shoe section because it just breaks my heart because the shoes are so beautiful, but they don't fit me.