Archives for May 2012
Feminism as Supernatural, and Two Ladies with Amazing Faces
It’s time for another Many-Titled Strange Horizons Article! Intertitles: “Do Not Wither/Look at Me”: Feminist Identity as Supernatural in Orlando and I am Dina explores two movies that take very different approaches to a very singular focus – a heroine whose feminist identity overlaps with a supernatural trait. I think both are strong examples of the speculative as metaphor rather than plot-driving premise (no one in Orlando tries to duplicate her gender-bending immortality, and absolutely zero people I am Dina would want Dina’s ability to commune with the dying), and… Read more »

Recent Work

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

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

Review: "Jurassic World is All Park and No Bite", io9

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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2015 Appearances

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March: ICFA (Orlando, FL)