“I’m drawn to self-publishing–the world of zines and comics mostly, because I am always thrilled by bartering, seeing what other people are up to in a way where our ideas are physical, accessible and can be traded easily. It’s a way of sharing resources, I think, and that feels like such a rich place to build things from.” At the Rumpus, featherproof’s Zach Dodson interviews Gaylord Phoenix author Edie Fake.
- Jason Gross lists 33 female music critics whose work you should be reading. (At Flavorwire.)
- Douglas Wolk previews the week’s upcoming comics, including work from Peter Bagge, Gilbert Hernandez, and Chester Brown.
- At the Times‘ 6th Floor blog, a terrific headline: “Nate Silver, Guest Ethicist.”