Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Great Big Anita Blake ReRead – The Lunatic Cafe

Content/Trigger Warning: References to sexual violence, sex work/er shaming, and well… a snuff film in the text that I describe in medium detail. I still can’t believe it was in the book. I cover the ableist language in the title … Continue reading

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Creche Duty: A Star Wars Fan Fiction

Before Before the Awakening, stormtrooper FN-2187 is assigned creche duty. The experience is… illuminating. Typically, FN-2187’s work assignments never take him through the creche. That section of the ship has their own sanitation workers and FN-2187 is not one of them. … Continue reading

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Intersectionality Fail: Star Wars The Last Jedi Without Men

I think at this point, we’ve all seen (and mocked) the misogynistic re-cut of The Last Jedi that cuts out all of the women. The re-cut film takes out all of the women in The Last Jedi in order to … Continue reading

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Library Haul 1/22

I had to pick up some books for my thesis and I wound up digging deep into my library’s film and literary criticism section despite the fact that I only needed ONE book from that section. Here are the books … Continue reading

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  The Reanimator Down The Street

Content Warning: This story deals with the historical death of a child and imagines a supernatural take on the events afterwards.   My dearest Thomas, my baby is dead—will you come to see me as soon as you can. I … Continue reading

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[Stitch Elsewhere] “Bright” Review @ Strange Horizons

Bright’s entire premise is weak and so’s its reliance on an allegory for racism that fuels its major plot points. In Los Angeles, Orcs are at the bottom of the metaphorical food chain, with many members of the species ostracized … Continue reading

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Let Black People Feel Things in Fandom 2018

In 2016, I made a list of things that I wanted to see fandom leave behind as we moved into the next year. Fandom left absolutely NONE of those things behind in 2017. I’m not going to talk about the … Continue reading

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Small Stitch Reviews – Bingo Love

Title: Bingo Love Creators: Tee Franklin (writer), Jenn St-Onge and Joy San (Art), Genevieve FT (Cover) Genre: Slice of Life, Queer Romance Rating: Highly Recommended Publisher: Image Comics Publishing Date: February 14, 2018 Preorder on AMAZON! I can’t settle on … Continue reading

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