Morning Links – 9/23/2015.

John Scalzi reviews the long-lost Duran Duran: The First Four Years of the Fab Five by Neil Gaiman, which was recently re-released as part of a Gaiman Rarities Humble Bundle.

JK Rowling relaunches Pottermore with an essay about the Potter family history.

Ta-Nehisi Coates to writer a year-long Black Panther story arc for Marvel comics.

Paul Krugman reminds his readers of the dangers (and intellectual fallacies) of claiming a “unique virtue or unique sin for any one set of beliefs.”

A history of slasher films.

FX has released a gorgeous new poster for American Horror Story: Hotel, which will premiere on October 7.

South Korean sex workers are pushing for a repeal of the anti-prostitution law, a position that is shared by Amnesty International—who recently called upon all nations to decriminalize sex work and crack down on abuses committed against sex workers.


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