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[Before we get to current fashion, I have an article at The Toast about Victorian rational dress and cycling, "I don't think I'll venture on dual garmenture".]
Ah, the Emmys. The Emmys can mean a… Read more »

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I have an article up at The Toast today! “‘I don’t think I’ll venture on dual garmenture’: Rational Dress and the Politics of Biking” discusses pretty much what it says on the tin, including rib-crunching,… Read more »

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A few things I’ve badmouthed (or otherwise) recently:
Over at io9, I talked about some things Universal can keep in mind when adapting those fourteen Anne Rice vampire books they just bought. (I didn’t realize… Read more »

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Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti

mechanique coverCome inside and take a seat; the show is about to begin…Outside any city still standing, the Mechanical Circus Tresaulti sets up its tents. Crowds gawk at the brass-and-copper troupe and their impossible feats: Ayar the Strong Man, the acrobatic Grimaldi Brothers, fearless Elena and her aerialists. War is everywhere, but while the Circus is performing, the world is magic. And that magic is no accident…

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The Girls at the Kingfisher Club

New York City, 1927. Twelve girls appear at the Kingfisher Club s if by magic; they hit the floor like it’s the last night on earth, and vanish before dawn. They never give names. For some, it’s a way of life. For the oldest, who remember what it’s like to be trapped, it’s still a dream just to buckle their shoes for the Charleston. It’s taken them years to make the place their home. But the Kingfisher Club is about to get them in trouble.

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