Archives for November 2011
What I did this weekend: I saw Breaking Dawn, Part 1. It was, in its own way, a fascinating example of a film that has all the content of a horror movie and none of the context. Also in its own way, it was stupid and cringey, and when Jacob looks into the eyes of a newborn and falls in love with the hottie she’ll become if he can just babysit her for the next 18 years, you honestly don’t know whether to laugh or cry. (I laughed. Then I… Read more »

Recent Work

PERSONA reviewed at NPR: " a tense, wonderfully satisfying tightrope walk of a novel"

Essay: "Cinderella, Ex Machina, and feminine transformation," Strange Horizons

Essay: The mythic roots and serial appeal of the sibling relationship on TV, The AV Club

Essay: "How ALIENS set the gold standard for supporting casts," The Dissolve

Reviews: "Summer Science Fiction," the New York Times

Essay: "The Feminine Desert of Mad Max Fury Road," The Dissolve

Essay: How the vampire became film’s most feminist monster

Essay: Birds Do It, Bees Do It: Why Mad Men's the Unsexiest Show on TV

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    My first CATWOMAN trade (Volume 6: “Keeper of the Castle”) is alive! You can find it now at your local and various online retailers; it’s available on Amazon etc. next week.) Art by Garry Brown, colors by Lee Loughridge, covers by Jae Lee.

    This trade is my first ever, and it represents an amazing experience for me; a longtime favorite character, an incredible opportunity, and a great time. Thanks so much to everyone who’s reading; you’re the best.

    07/29/15

2015 Appearances

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March: ICFA (Orlando, FL)