Oh, hey, it's Friday. I almost forgot and neglected to give you happy links. THE HORROR. Do I have enough happy links? Let's see! (And Patreon patrons, you should have gotten a notification yesterday about a post for you on the Patreon site. Let me know if you need help finding it.)
Me elsewhere: Let's talk about the Me Before You trailer!
ICYMI: Movie posts on 45 Years and Inside Out.
My delightful doppelganger (and friend) Kaite Welsh is writing a feminist Victorian mystery series and I am VERY EXCITED.
The BBC is making a Brooklyn spinoff TV show and that actually might work quite well!
I can't wait to go to this Temple of Dendur exhibit, I say knowing my father who has a Met membership is reading this.
Ooooh: London’s Big Dig Reveals Amazing Layers of History
LOOK AT THIS MAP OF A WRINKLE IN TIME
This gets at exactly why I like detective fiction: "What [T.S. Eliot] appreciated, in other words, was the genre’s capacity for conveying intensity of sentiment and human experience within taut formal designs—a quality that might just as soon apply to literary fiction or poetry."
Aah, there's a story coming out about Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes's wedding!
Aww: ‘The Force Awakens’ Reimagined As Calvin and Hobbes Will Make Your Heart Melt
SETTLERS OF CATAN NACHOS
Ayn Rand's Firefly is . . . not THAT different from actual Firefly at times.