I'm a writer in my 20s, trying to figure out love, life, and how to get the most out of my history degree. I love research and analyzing the heck out of every single piece of media I consume so expect a lot of that here.
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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Dear Comic Fans: It’s been a year since my first post & y’all are still racist as heck when it comes to racebending
Back in August 2015 I wrote “Dear Comic Fans: We Get it. You’re racist and racebending scares you,” as a direct response to the racist backlash towards Keiynan Lonsdale being cast as Wally West on the Flash television show. Well, it’s … Continue reading
Stop Using the Harry Potter series’ Original Publication Dates as an Excuse for Rowling’s Diversity Fails
Every time I talk about J. K. Rowling’s current and continuing diversity fails, someone always has to show up to remind me how she “couldn’t write diversely because it was 1997”. Without fail, people are more invested in protecting Rowling … Continue reading
Download Link: HERE Airdate: May 15, 1940 Main Characters/Actors: Dan Garrett (Frank Lovejoy) Is Dan Garrett anyone’s favorite Blue Beetle? Granted, that’s a little bit unfair seeing as he was the only Blue Beetle for several decades, but you’ve got … Continue reading
Title: Mad Lizard Mambo Author: Rhys Ford (Twitter) Rating: Incredibly Enjoyable Genre: Urban Fantasy, Dragons, Fae and Sidhe, Alternate Earths, Queer Fiction Release Date: September 13, 2016 Publisher: DSP Publications Purchase Link: AMAZON KINDLE | DSP Publications Note: I received a … Continue reading
If I had to put it to numbers, I’d say that Suicide Squad is approximately 70% “my thing”. The 30% that isn’t is largely comprised of the following: violence against women being brushed off or used as humor, most … Continue reading
I just finished reading “Gena/Finn” by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson. It is good. So good. I definitely cried a little while reading it. I think that it’s definitely the BEST fiction book on fandom that I’ve ever read and … Continue reading