Featured Archive Post: creators who haunt their creations, from John Cleland to Yuichi Yokoyama.
Schindler’s List, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and other nominations for the Worst Movie Ever.
Michael Carson on Tim O’Brien and how a true war story does have a moral.
Brannon Costello on Christopher Priest’s Black Panther vs. Jack Kirby’s Black Panther.
Samantha Meier on Trina Robbins and the beginning of feminist women’s underground comix.
Ng Suat Tong lists the Best Comics Criticism of 2013.
Michael A. Johnson on the medieveal danse macabre.
At Salon, I
— listed 30 great Beatles covers.
— wrote about writing all the time.
At the Atlantic I wrote about:
— how women don’t get to have friends in that awkward moment.
— how arguing about less or more violence in films is not especially helpful
At Splice Today I write about:
— not knowing who won the superbowl or who Phillip Seymour Hoffman is.
— how Miranda Lambert’s crappy nostalgia makes me nostalgic for Dolly Parton.
At the Dissolve I review the surprisingly not-awful Jean-Claude Van Damme comedy Welcome to the Jungle.
I have a poem/rant/story/thing about Utopia in this LJ issue of the Book of Imaginary Beasts.
I asked political scientist Jonathan Bernstein about whether voters ever pay attention to issues. (Short answer: not really.)
David Brothers interviews Qiana Whitted over at the inkstuds podcast.
A short documentary on Edie Fake,
Zoe Zolbrod explains why it’s very unlikely that Dylan Farrow’s accusations are based on false memories.
Interesting piece on copyright law and revenge porn.
C.T. May on yoga and P.C.
Tressie McMillan Cottom on yoga and how black women don’t necessarily want to be white women.