The Guardian published Down to a Sunless Sea, a short story by Neil Gaiman.
The Awl with a conversation about Jane Campion's Top of the Lake, which has been excellent so far.
PopMatters on a recently published collection of movies by Claire Denis that so far is not available here, which is a terrible tragedy, and with an excerpt from New Queer Cinema: The Director's Cut by B. Ruby Rich (on on Jamie Babbit's underrated Itty Bitty Titty Committee).
The A.V. Club on Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho: It’s the way Van Sant’s script leaves Phoenix in a state of constant vulnerability, like a turtle without its shell.
The new season of Game of Thrones starts this Sunday (and School of Thrones is pretty hilarious).
To pass the time, you may also want to check out a dramatic reading of A Very Potter Senior Year, featuring a surprise star guest.
A new song by Junip (live in Vienna on Monday), a new video by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs from the upcoming album Mosquito (April 15), Daughter mash up Bon Iver's Perth and Hot Chip's Ready for the Floor and the result is stunning (as is their debut record, If You Leave).
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