“Foreshadowing the conceit of homegrown yet fascinating storytelling of family secrets that would make Ira Glass’s head spin (This Canadian Life, perhaps?), Polley opens the intensely personal film with a quote from Margaret Atwood: “When you’re in the middle of a story, it’s not yet a story.”” Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell sounds fantastic.

Amar Toor on the man who created the London Underground’s iconic map.

Tom Stoppard is writing a radio play inspired by Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.

Maris Kreizman talked to the folks at Picador Book Room.

SPIN has a look at the alternative albums of the 1960s.

At The Airship: Sarah Bennett on LL Bean Signature.

Charlie Kaufman might have a show on FX.

Kelly Sue DeConnick was interviewed at Powell’s.

Brandon Stosuy interviewed Pharmakon about Far Rockaway, noise, and her unsettling cover art.

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