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Monday notes

November 23, 2009

In case your Monday passing slowly, and you need something to help pass the time:

  • Kim Stanley Robinson explains why dystopia is easy.
  • James White offers insights into the films of Terry Gilliam.
  • Ben Schott‘s readers had fun with drunks.
  • Stephen King on Raymond Carver.
  • David Jolly brings us a morbid moment from France.
  • WNYC’s Studio 360 brings us Darwin in verse, Denis Dutton on The Art Instinct, murder and drama among chimpanzees, and original fiction from Lydia Millet (read by Martha Plimpton).

And as I’m having a hard time coming up with anything else, how about a Totoro bus?