Kentake Page has an interciw with Ytasha L. Womack, editor of Afrofuturism: The World Of Black Sci Fi and Fantasy (among many other things). “In this interview with Kentake Page, Ytasha discusses the origins, rise and meaning of Afrofuturism as well as her own personal journey in this […]
At Indiewire, Laura Berger interviews directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos about their documentary, Making A Murderer. (via The MUFF Society)
Freddy Fabris photographs auto mechanics recreating Renaissance paintings. (Thanks, Stephanie!)
The Projection Booth tells you of days of high adventure in an epic seven hour podcast on Conan The Barbarian (1982).
Author Jacqueline Woodson writes about her memoir Brown Girl Dreaming, growing up in South Carolina and Daniel Handler’s watermelon joke directed at her at the National Book Awards. “I would have written Brown Girl Dreaming if no one had ever wanted to buy it, if it went nowhere […]
Jason Louv writes about James Dallas Egbert III, who seemed to have disappeared in Michigan State University’s steam tunnels in 1979 and who became the focus of a panic about Dungeons & Dragons. “When Egbert vanished, his parents hired William Dear, a private detective, to locate him. Dear […]