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Nina Paley, creator of Sita Sings the Blues, has another animated movie out called Seder-Masochism. It’s about Exodus and turning away from the Earth Mother Goddess and toward patriarchy.

Credit Nina Paley – CC0


You can learn more about the film on Wikipedia.

Credit Nina Paley – CC0


You can also learn more about Nina Paley on Wikipedia.

Credit Nina Paley – CC0


You can see what Nina is up to now on her blog.

Credit Nina Paley – CC0


Supposedly I can embed the video here on Green Comet. Let’s see how that works.

Looks like it works. How about that? Now go and download it. And download Sita too. Then spend several of the most enjoyable hours you are ever likely to experience.

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This week’s reading is part three of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about fourteen minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is part two of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about Twelve and a half minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is part one of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about ten minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

rjb

This week’s reading is the conclusion of Flying Lessons by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about fourteen and a half minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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