Afternoon Bites: Charlie Kaufman’s Sitcom, London Underground Map History, Pharmakon, Stoppard’s Pink Floyd Play, and More


“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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