“Magpie to the Morning” by Neko Case
A post of shiny bits for your ocular jellies’ pleasure, mostly art. Enjoy!
Very sad to hear of the death of Yvonne Craig, who played Batgirl on TV and was one of the pop-culture foundations of my feminist consciousness (along with Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, The Bionic Woman, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Charlie’s Angels, Oh Mighty Isis!, and others). Check out obits and remembrances at The Beat, ComicBook.com, and DC Women Kicking Ass (which also includes some video).
The Mary Sue asks, rightfully so, why can’t we have bisexual crime heroes? Mostly an examination of the novel The Swede (or My Name is N) by Robert Karjel, the article does reference my favorite fictional male bisexual, John Constantine.
No one ever thinks they’re awful, even people who really actually are. It’s some sort of survival mechanism.” ~Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven
Especially for Molly. Click through to read the entirety Kate Beaton‘s insightful comic.
This mash-up (is that the correct term?) of Pride and Prejudice and “Turn Down for What” totally rocks my world. Sadly, I can’t figure out how to embed the video, so do click through the link and count yourself a happy individual. Via.
The world, miniaturized:
- Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka created miniature dioramas every day for five years.
- Miniature skulls carved from pearls.
- Twin Peaks diorama in a box.
- All of Yves Helbert’s dioramas.
Devon Avery’s One-Minute Time Machine is fun, moreso if you’re a fan of NCIS. A little bit of NSFW language. Via.
Some fashion for you:
These masks featured at The Goblin Market are exquisite. I’ve shared only a couple; check out the link to see more.
The official trailer for The Witch, written and directed by Robert Eggers. “A New-England Folktale.”
Winter is coming.