I’ve already posted most of these to Twitter, but I collected some of my recent favorites here, for future reference.
Gossamer Obsessions has a terrific post on To Have and To Hold by Patricia Gaffney.
This is a really great analysis at Salon – is this novel about war, or abuse? The twisted mind of Ender’s Game.
Abigail Nussbaum on 3 productions of “Much Ado About Nothing” – Branagh, Whedon, and Rourke.
The 1984 PBS version of “12 Years a Slave,” starring Avery Brooks. Also, a post on the new movie: Why ’12 Years A Slave’ Is Different From ‘The Help’ And ‘Django Unchained’–-And Why It Matters by Alyssa Rosenberg.
Review of The Golem and The Jinni BY Helene Wecker – sounds like a really intriguing historical fantasy – “Jewish and Syrian immigrant communities in turn-of-the-century New York.”
A Vampire is a Flexible Metaphor: An Interview with Kelly Link by Meghan McCarron.
Finally, I am really excited to see this movie: