Poll: What would you like me to write about in 2019?

I’m working out my plans and goals for the site in 2019 but I would love to have your feedback. What would you like to see more of in the new year?

I have included a very brief poll to kind of get the lay of the land but if there is another feature you’re curious about or would like to see more often, give me a holler. I find reader feedback and requests to be quite valuable in deciding which topics to cover.

I should mention, though, that super-reviews (4,000 words+) are pretty much catch as catch can for me, as are more vintage celebrity recipes. I love both but I think I have as many as I can handle on the schedule for now. But everything else is pretty much fair game!

Thanks so much for participating and be sure to reach out if you would like clarification or if what you want to see is not in the poll.

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13 Replies to “Poll: What would you like me to write about in 2019?”

  1. Very Best Yuletide Wishes from chez Roget as well! Tonight (12/13) is December’s annual spectacular, the fabulous Geminid meteor shower- a lovely holiday gift for all of us from Earth’s starry dome. If it won’t be clear where you are, there’s always loads of photos and vids online (personal favorite: the Sky & Telescope site).

    As for 2019 recommendations, my votes go to: more obscure films, vintage magazine clippings, and a big yes to Silents/Talkies 🙂

  2. Merry Christmas!

    Have you considered reviewing any Jacques Tati films? I’d certainly be interested to read your thoughts on his work.

  3. Revelations: 1. An elderly acquaintance who had been young in the silent era gave me Mr. Brownlow’s book in the mid-70s; 2. I saw City Lights at correct film speed in a since-demolished movie palace; 3. I found your treasure trove of a site while searching for information about the silent Ben-Hur.
    P.S. Have you ever thought of including Our Dancing Daughters in the list of silents you’ve rated. My mom was young in the 20s and early 30s, and I think that movie really helped me understand what young women were coping with as far as social change is concerned. But basically, this message is to say thank you, thank you, thank you!

  4. I’d be interested to see you do a review of The Ancient Law, perhaps with some comparisons to the similarly-themed The Jazz Singer.

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