Behind the Queue

David Kern is a literature and film enthusiast and critic, who hopes to learn more about art and it’s life-giving role as icon in life and faith. Beside the Queue is where he writes and discusses art related topics, especially as relates to writing and story-telling.

His film, book, and music reviews can be found at Into the Hill, in addition to this blog. He has also been published at Relevant Online and by a number of other publications.

The name “besidethequeue” is taken from the opening chapter of C.S. Lewis classic novel “The Great Divorce.”

You can contact him at: david@intothehill.com or besidethequeue@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “Behind the Queue

  1. I can’t find your review of No Country for Old Men. Help, please.

    Also, I just bought Brideshead Revisited and I’m holding you accountable for it being worth the read. So’s you know.

    J

  2. This is Kerry from All Saints in Charlotte. Thrilled to have found your link on Cindy’s blog (Dominion Family). I’m always looking for solid recommendations on books and movies…and I love to read about art and faith!

    And Best Wishes to you and your bride! I saw the photos on your dad’s facebook page. You two make a truly handsome couple.

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