There's goodies about... yesterday Edie Fake gave us the rundown on the Chicago scene. And today we present Gary Groth's remembrance of a bygone dinner with Christopher Hitchens, along with his thoughts on the writer's legacy.
Elsewhere on the internet there's a random jumble of points of interest. These are some fine looking drawings by Lorenzo Matotti, inspired by Wong Kar Wai's In the Mood for Love. And these are some unexpectedly... tender? ... drawings by the late Joe Simon. On the Alan Moore beat, here's a well-informed article he wrote in 1983 (!) on women in comics, championing some really great cartoonists. Following the old fanzine hole, here's cartoonist David Hine on our fearless leader's late, lamented Fantastic Fanzine. And the creators on comics dept. might also include this lengthy post by artist Ross Campbell on the 2007 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. This, my friends, you need in your life.
And on the interview front, here's Tom Spurgeon talking to Chester Brown. And here's an interview with Forming cartoonist Jesse Moynihan.
Finally, just for fun, hey, The Guggenheim has digitized a ton of its publications. This is a ton of fun to browse through.