ICYMI: Tilda Swinton, Clickhole, and a cut SNL sketch!

by  | August 28

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI, affectionately) rounds up our favorite links of the week for your procrastinating pleasure.

We adore artist Sara Lautman, and could not get enough of Sheila Heti’s book How Should A Person Be? and her hyper-stylized, enchanting play All Our Happy Days Are Stupid at The Kitchen in NYC this past February. Now they team up for a William Burroughs-style cut up on Electric Literature’s Recommending Reading called The Humble, Simple Thing. In short, we’re in love.

Your ghoulish aunt Tilda Swinton shares her summer reading list. There’s still time!!

Clickhole gets us every dang time. This slideshow of sleeping position analysis is no dang different.

Anne Helen Petersen (@annehelen) recently tweeted this incredible throwback — a feature on Marlon Brando written by Truman Capote — to compare with GQ’s controversial feature of Miles Teller. GO ON.

And just for some silliness . . . SNL cut this sketch of Bill Hader as an automated entertainment robot named the Alan. DO TELL.