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Featured Archive Post: Subdee on Saint Young Men, hipster Jeuss and hipster Buddha.
Joy Putney on the Wicked Witch of the West as superhero.
Tyler Wenger on Superman and Christ.
R.M. Rhodes on Vasari, Kandinsky, narrative art and comics.
Isaac Butler on Laurie Anderson’s “O Superman” and 9/11.
Qiana Whitted on Joel Christian Gill’s Strange Fruit and the representation of racist speech in comics.
Chris Gavaler on poet Tim Seibles, Blade, and race.
At the Atlantic I had a post about the Elliot Rodger shootings and building masculinity on misogyny.
Also at the Atlantic I wrote about the Great Greene Heist and how we need more diverse mediocre children’s books as well as more diverse great ones.
At Salon I have a list to prove that 2000s R&B was the greatest music ever.
At Splice Today I wrote about:
— how the Orange is the New Black TV show jettisons the memoir’s political commitment for cheap thrills.
— the cover of the Great Green Heist and seeing and not seeing race.
At the Chicago Reader
— I preview the CAKE Chicago Comics Expo, which is happening right now as you read this.
— I have a brief review of orchestral indie folksters Mother Falcon.
Mary McCarthy on living out her stripper fantasies, very briefly.
Amanda Hess on how misogyny is bad for everyone.
Eloise James on the stigma against romance novels.
Jonathan Bernstein on why ideological political parties are a bad thing.