As devised in the comments yesterday, today we highlight the work of other writers around the internets who have also shown an outpouring of critical dedication to the work of David Lynch. I would love for this to be a monumental link list of a ton of critical writing on Lynch, so if you have written a piece that you would like included on this list, send me an email at email@example.com and I'll be happy to add it to this Lynch link roll. Thanks especially to all the new visitors to the site. We all really hope you'll stick around and become regulars!
There is at least one more Lynch post on the way
this evening tomorrow, focusing on some major questions that are predominant in INLAND EMPIRE, and there may be a couple more next week as we unofficially extend the week. There won't be Lynch every day but there is certainly plenty left to talk about.
Let's start the roll of great Lynch writing after the break. For posterity's sake (and in case people run across this post at a later date without finding the other articles), I am including what we have written this week as well as the other Lynch writing that is out there. Once we get more and more links added, perhaps I'll restructure this and separate the links into the specific Lynch work. Let's make that happen! Send me your links!
James Hansen- Mulholland Drive Is Cinema
Chuck Williamson- Commercials As Art?
Jacob Shoaf- Hear The Call of Eraserhead
Brandon Colvin- Inhabited By Intuition (On Twin Peaks)
Out 1 Film Journal- INLAND EMPIRE Discussion
Thomas Britt @ Bright Light FJ- Death, Excess, and Discontinuity (on Lost Highway)
Tony Dayoub @ Cinema Viewfinder- Review of the new DVD of Lost Highway
Ed Howard @ Only The Cinema- Films I Love: Mulholland Drive
Erich Kuersten @ Acidemic- The First David Lynch movie? The Story of Temple Drake (1933)
Erich Kuersten @ Bright Lights FJ- Book Review of The Impossible David Lynch
Jeremy Richey @ Moon in the Gutter- The Last Crush (Memories of Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne in Twin Peaks
MovieMan0283 @ The Dancing Image- Individual Analysis of the majority of episodes in Twin Peaks...it's really an amazing undertaking
MovieMan0283- Blue Velvet
Movieman0283- Lost Highway
Movieman0283- Inland Empire
Nathaniel Rogers @ The Film Experience- Kissing Betty/Diane