Winner of a 1989 Lambda Literary Award, this collection of twenty-four entertaining and haunting 19th-and 20th-century tales from the US, Britain, and Latin America reclaims a literary tradition that has long been overlooked. Using such techniques as magic realism, allegory, and surrealism, the authors re-imagine the cliches of supernatural fiction, focusing on female characters and…… Continue reading “What Did Miss Darrington See? An Anthology of Feminist Supernatural Fiction” — Is This Feminist?
Quick dictionary: Ship is shorthand for wanting two characters to be in a relationship. More on this later. Canon is what’s really happened on the show in question, as opposed to fan stories and hypotheses. Slash is a fan term for shipping two gay characters. K/S, Johnlock, and Destiel are very popular examples of slash…… Continue reading Shipping LGBT+ Couples on TV: Why I Simultaneously Ship and Do Not Ship K/S, Johnlock, and Destiel