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Thoughts on “Art AIDS America”

I know I just said I don’t usually post about art exhibits, but this one’s really everything I’m interested in and it’s timely. Art AIDS America explores American art in the wake of AIDS, encompassing a wide variety of artists and media. I visited at the end of April while the show was at the Zuckerman Museum…… Continue reading Thoughts on “Art AIDS America”

Sci-Fi · TV & Movies · Writing

Novel update — Sci-fi Movie Classics

Hiya nerds! What Dreams is at 39,013 words, up from 36,042 for April. Far behind my extravagant 10,000-a-month goal, but still an improvement. I didn’t do much on weekdays, but usually several thousand each weekend. Those are in short bursts, so it bothers me that I can’t reliably manage short bursts on weekdays. It’s totally counterintuitive. I’m…… Continue reading Novel update — Sci-fi Movie Classics

Queer · TV & Movies · Updates

Sunday Post – #queerpop and other updates

Good morning! Updates on stuff today! Thank you all very much for giving #queerpop a warm welcome last Tuesday! I’ve given the project a mention on my About page and a page of its own, to be expanded as I incorporate regular features within the column and things like that. We’ll have another discussion post this…… Continue reading Sunday Post – #queerpop and other updates

History

Old Advertisements: Reese’s Pieces 1985

Okay, I have no idea why I think this is so funny, but I keep giggling every time I look at it: It’s from Star Trek #14, May 1985, when DC was publishing a comic series based on the then-new-and-ongoing movie series (II, III, and IV). Reese’s Pieces debuted in 1978, and got popular in…… Continue reading Old Advertisements: Reese’s Pieces 1985