A somewhat different Richard Armitage Valentine’s Day

•February 14, 2021 • 29 Comments

Just for fun.

Old and new Armitage audio

•February 12, 2021 • 18 Comments

I’m not sure what this means in terms of availability, but Arden’s Wake: Tides Fall is now more broadly available.

And Richard Armitage has a new audio project, Brink, that again sounds like a full radio play rather than a single author recording.

Happy lunar new year

•February 12, 2021 • 5 Comments

Give her some love!

•February 12, 2021 • Leave a Comment

Judi’s back, and she’s got plans!

Numerically appropriate metaphor

•February 11, 2021 • 47 Comments

Weiberfastnacht and my birthday.

I’ll have something big to say soon. Meanwhile I’m preparing a class on history and film and watching “The Searchers.” Whether or not you’re cutting off someone’s tie today, I hope you have a good one.

You can’t always get what you want

•February 10, 2021 • 4 Comments

I had wanted Richard Armitage to do this ad, but I can be very happy with Elton John.

One step closer to Stay Close

•February 8, 2021 • Leave a Comment

Is Armitage in a Zoom session or in a space pod?

How does he do that?

•February 6, 2021 • 14 Comments

No, I haven’t watched the movie yet. I’m going to try to do it tonight, although I’m not too optimistic it will work out. But this picture triggered one of my perennial Richard Armitage questions, i.e., how does he manage to be substantial and stick thin at the same time? Every single time I’ve seen him in person (three times) I see him on stage and he seems so large and powerful, and then I see him off stage and he almost seems slight (particularly the case with Love, Love, Love). For whatever reason this is one of those pictures where he seems to me both large and powerful and then simultaneously somehow not. It’s a puzzle.

Richard Armitage finally gets the adulation his fans desire

•February 6, 2021 • 11 Comments

Did anyone else think “finally”?

•February 6, 2021 • 15 Comments

Especially for those of us who remember the campaign to put North & South on Masterpiece a decade ago. There was a beautiful paper postcard designed by HeathRA — unfortunately I can’t find a digital copy of it.

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