Happy New Year, everybody! I am sorry I have been AWOL for the last week or so. Since returning from my six-month stay in England, I’ve been zipping around seeing old friends. I have finally settled down and am now looking for a real job. Until then, it is back to full-time blogging!
2012 was a great year for me, especially in regards to starting this blog. When I began blogging in the spring, I had no idea how rewarding I would find it! I was also pleasantly surprised to find such a warm and welcoming classic film blogging community. It has been a wonderful experience reading what others have to say about the movies, actors, and directors I love.
I have high hopes for 2013. I have recently started a book review blog called Lit. and a Latte, which I hope will help me grow as a writer while also encouraging me to read more. If you follow The Cinematic Katzenjammer, you may have noticed that I am now writing a daily column called “TCM Today.” Many of my articles from The Great Katharine Hepburn are also featured in the “Classic Katz” section of The Cinematic Katzenjammer. Kristen from Journeys in Classic Film has also contributed a number of posts to that page.
Turner Classic Movies is bringing us another fantastic month of programming this January. While flipping through my “Now Playing Guide,” I was taken aback by how few of the films on offer this month I have seen. It will be a month for experimentation and exploration for me!
THE IRON PETTICOAT (1956): January 9 at 4:45 pm
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940): January 18 at 2:00 pm
UNDERCURRENT (1946): January 22 at 1:30 pm
Thank you all for following this blog. I hope that you get as much pleasure out of reading it that I get writing it. I wish you all the very best in the new year!