Linkblogging for 25/04/14

I’m hoping to have a Cerebus post up tomorrow, some more California Dreaming the day after that, and a few other interesting things over the next few days. But for now, after a fairly stressful week of work, have links:

Jennie on class and politics

Vote for Sarah Brown in the National Diversity Awards

A great, but sad, piece on the life of Clyde Bruckman, who wrote and directed for Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Laurel & Hardy, W. C. Fields, Abbot & Costello, and the Three Stooges

Lawrence Miles points out an error in the podcast we did

Leonard Pierce on Hannibal

And Nicholas Whyte links to several old Orson Welles radio plays that have been nominated for the Retro Hugos for 1939

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