I’m in recovery from a long, snowy drive back to Chicago following a media conference (the five-hour delay on the flight in was nothing compared to the cancelled flight on the way out!). So instead of a long round-up, here’s a quick look at two long stories in Sunday papers:
First up — The New York Times covers student-run sex magazines on college campuses. “I’m not a feminist. Feminism has this premise that men and women are equal, and I have a more biological view of things. I don’t think men and women are equal at all. I think we’re different, and what’s wrong with that?” says the new editor of Harvard’s H-Bomb, to the disappointment of the former editor. There certainly will be much to discuss about this one.
And — ready? — “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” is back, in print. Los Angeles Times interviews Joss Whedon about the comic book series, the “Wonder Woman” that will never be, and “Goners,” “an original screenplay he wrote and is developing to direct for Universal that he called ‘a ghastly tale of female empowerment — something new for me!'”
Someone give this man a TV show already.