If you've been on Twitter recently, you may have seen a post like this one floating across your Newsfeed. https://twitter.com/matociquala/status/1148275988679266304 This post arises in direct response to the review of a book, The Future is Female, an anthology which came out last year and which focuses on women writers from the 1920s to the 1960s,... Continue Reading →
In which "Nanette" prompts me to talk about my frustrations with the artificial choices imposed by power.
The new Star Wars is out this weekend, and by the time this post goes live I will hopefully be about to watch it. This is a cause for celebration, so your post is a teensy bit early this week so that I can recover Friday. I cannot tell you how excited I am. Rian... Continue Reading →