The Serious Ladies Panel at Sundance, a 258 square foot apartment, Virginia Woolf, and a caterpillar whose hunger is insatiable.
Power of Story: Serious Ladies Panel at the Sundance Film Festival: Mindy Kaling, Lena Dunham, Kristen Wiig, and Jenji Kohan talk with Emily Nussbaum of the New Yorker. Carve out an hour-and-a-half for this gem.
The only known recording of Virginia Woolf speaking: Yes, you read that right.
A man and his 258 square foot apartment: The best thing about this apartment is definitely that he can reach his refrigerator from bed.
I Am Not an Uber: Zeitgeist-y.
A profile of the great poet, Gary Snyder: This one’s an oldie, but a goodie from the New Yorker.
The Hunger of the Caterpillar, a sinister retelling of the classic children’s book: Guaranteed to ruin your memories of childhood or make you laugh until you cry. If you’re not on the Mallory Ortberg train yet, I think this will do the trick.
I’m Comic Sans, Asshole: A classic McSweeney’s Tendency monologue. Comic Sans gets his revenge on all the typographic haters.
Explore the Oregon Coast: This short film is a serious Pacific Northwest lovefest. Shall we do a Tonic road trip up the Oregon coast?
Vladimir Nabokov’s 1967 Interview in the Paris Review: Since we celebrated Vera yesterday, read this most pretentious of interviews with her husband.
Surprising things about parenting in England: This is part of Joanna Goddard’s series on motherhood around the world. This is just one of many and we highly recommend the whole series.
Happy reading and enjoy the weekend!