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“And as onstage athleticism increases and cross-genre work continues, there will be more of these hybrids.”
“According to the BBC Press Office, "Jana's time at the helm of BBC TV has seen the emergence of ground-breaking cross-genre, channel and platform events such as Africa Lives; The Big Read; Great Britons; Dunkirk; Springwatch and Flashmob.”
“Can we expect more cross-genre collaborations of this sort at the OohLaLA festival in the future?”
“Whatever the truth of the matter, a few things are for certain: the program offers five genres of study; it (wisely) requires rather than merely encourages cross-genre work; the faculty is excellent; and the fact that the university has an undergraduate creative writing major (the only one in California) tells you how committed the entire university is to creative writing.”
“You are chasing Minstrel Hussain Boy's cross-genre goodness down-page.”
“George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents to Songs of Love and Death: Tales of Star-Crossed Love, a cross-genre anthologies that he co-edited with Gardner Dozois that bends stories of fantasy, science fiction, and romance:”
“George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents for Warriors, a military-themed cross-genre anthology he co-edited with Gardner Dozois:”
“These are the cross-genre romances that motivate Ryan Glitch .”
“He has since developed a parallel life as a cross-genre composer, writing pieces for the London Symphony Orchestra and Northern Sinfonia, among other big-league classical ensembles.”
“Local people light up the city centre with blazing torches accompanied by pipers for the start of the cross-genre music festival.”
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