On our latest episode, I caught up with Tabitha Carvan, author of the book this is not a book about benedict cumberbatch: the joy of loving something — anything– like your life depends on it
Tabitha’s book is a callback to everything that I loved about Sherlock fandom and what does make fandom so good and empowering even with its rough spots. We had a great chat about what we love, how we love it, and what are some of the best parts of being in a fandom!
this is not a book about benedict cumberbatch is out May 31st wherever you buy books! pre-order it today!
- Apple Podcasts [link coming ASAP]
- Stitch on TWITTER | INSTAGRAM
- Tabitha Carvan on TWITTER | WEBSITE
- Preorder This Is Not A Book About Benedict Cumberbatch
- The music between the intro and outro is from BBC Sherlock, of course
- A decade ago, Benedict Cumberbatch’s ‘Cumberbitches’ ruled the internet. Where are they now?
- On Parasocial Relationships and the Boundaries of Celebrity
- Lori Morimoto, expert on transnational/transcultural fandom
- “Sherlock” (Holmes) in Japanese (fan) works
- Miss Sherlock
- We briefly mentioned the unfortunate death of Miss Sherlock lead Yuko Takeuchi, who passed away in 2020. I have chosen not to link to any news about her passing, but our thoughts remain with her loved ones.
[More show notes to come! Ping me if you catch something that needs a ref!]
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