I was sort of tempted to reblog and/or comment on the This Recording thing about female writers coming into their own at age 29 (because, you know…I got my current and first “real” job at that age, and the only time that ever seems late is when I try to figure out how many years I have left, realistically, to mate, and start to worry that I should have gotten that out of the way in my twenties so it wouldn’t be an open question now and I could devote even more time and energy to work.) But you know…I’m still pretty content to just do the work. So here are some things I’ve published recently to which I haven’t linked from this blog yet.
- On Barbara Loden’s newly-restored Wanda (this is one of at least four mega-wonderful rep events happening locally on Saturday, the others being the Gena Rowlands/Cassavetes double feature at Cinefamily, Manhunter, and The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach, which I wrote about here)
- About that Cassavetes series…
- Redland, which I think has ended its run at the Sunset 5…?
- Two sides of the teen girl goth romance coin: Jane Eyre and Red Riding Hood