[We had one odd rainy day this week, but overall it's been so nice and sunny! It's nice living by the coast during winter.]
On Books and Comics:
We're getting more Shakespeare's Star Wars books! Yay!
Here's a neat tool that lets you see at what age authors published their breakthrough works, while also displaying pub dates for all released works and other nifty info.
Read and Eat, a store dedicated to food-related books, is opening in Chicago in April. I really want to go there.
Sir Patrick Stewart proves that he's funny and charming all the time, even when talking about pizza. But yeah, American pizza-eating conventions vs European (and Italian), etc etc.
It's uncanny how sometimes a cosplayer can just totally nail their character.
Every Single Disney Reference in Enchanted (if you're into that sort of thing, hah).
The Japanese language is loaded with specific onomatopoeia for all kinds of sounds, including things that don't really make a sound, like clouds. There are catchy onomatopoeia-like words for feelings and textures and such as well, some of which have been translated into chocolate by Oki Sato. The designs look really cool.
Haruki Murakami is opening up an advice column on his website. It's in Japanese, but worry not: here are some instructions in English if you want to submit a question.
Nice little primer on keeping your sensitive information private, or at the very least, difficult to dig up, online.
Stuff I wrote:
At Panels: Comics Fetish: Volume 14.
[Have a great week!]