I’ve promised you a post about Marvel movie women, and it’s coming! But first, an aside in regard to women not from comic books: Women in my chosen nonprofit area, the museum field. One of my classes this semester is about museum administration. It sounds boring, it’s not, but either way bear with me for…… Continue reading Sunday Post – Women in Museums
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
If we were having coffee, I’d be pretty excited about it. 😀 I’m mostly limiting caffeinated coffee to writing sessions at the moment, but in virtual coffee time, I can be as hopped up as I want and it won’t hurt a thing later on! Biggest excitement: #queerpop starts on Tuesday. It’s a weekly series…… Continue reading Sunday Post – Caffeinated #Queerpop Edition
Phew! Lots going on this weekend! Participate in the April A to Z Challenge? Hit the afterparty at Victim to Charm! See Avengers: Age of Ultron this weekend? I did, and it was awesome. There’s an open thread for Avengers discussion (comics or movie) at Comparative Geeks. Ever read Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by…… Continue reading Sunday Post — Partyin’ Partyin’ Yeah!
The happenings — Y’all, I finished Agent Carter, and it is awesome. Peggy Carter is the best of everything. More please. My inner monologue is currently in Peggy’s accent, I pretend I’m Peggy at work (reports become codes, web searches become investigations…) and I may have already bought some clothes just because they looked like…… Continue reading The Sunday Post – Marvel Cinematic Universe
I’m currently reading the four-volume Vertigo series Air by G. Willow Wilson, the writer behind Ms. Marvel and the author of Alif the Unseen. I’m making my way through her earlier works, and so far I’m still impressed! Air is odd, it’s about a flight attendant who’s afraid of heights… And it turns out she has crazy dream-flying powers. It’s one of those comics…… Continue reading The Sunday Post – G. Willow Wilson!
The Feminist Friday discussion hosts are releasing an ebook today, International Women’s Day! Feminist Bloggers: The 2014 Collection is available for free on Smashwords (digital formats include Kindle mobi, epub and pdf). You can also get it on Amazon if you desire, but the minimum price we could get is $.99. Any proceeds will go to…… Continue reading The Sunday Post — Free e-book, Agent Carter, Jupiter Ascending, and yoga!
As you may have noticed from the snazzy sidebar logo, I’ve officially signed up for the Blogging from A to Z challenge in April! I couldn’t do it last year because of school and finals, but I’ve had my eye on it ever since. I’ve got my theme and letters all planned out — I…… Continue reading The Sunday Post – A to Z!
I was going to have all this great news, but actually all those updates will happen in posts this week, because it’s the first of the month and it’s time for monthly updates! I’ve finally finished Arrow season 1. The finale was full of people being incredibly stupid, but yes, I will get caught up…… Continue reading The Sunday Post – Superhero TV
It suddenly occurred to me that it would be a good idea to quantify the diversity of my reading last year and try to do better this year… So I’m including it as one of my reading challenges. It’s not an official challenge, but hey, if you wanna do it we can make it one!…… Continue reading The Sunday Post – Diverse Reading