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Category Archives: cross posts
This blog post originally appeared on Black Girl Nerds, and it is being cross-posted here with permission. (And some slight edits when referring to the show, since it ran a week ago and we don’t want to make things confusing.) … Continue reading
This post first appeared on Graveyard Shift Sisters and is cross-posted here with permission. The site’s motto is “Purging The Black Female Horror Fan From The Margins” and you can also follow along on Twitter @GraveyardSister. Horror’s true effectiveness is … Continue reading
(This post originally appeared on Clara and Elyse Talk About Movies – which is a blog our own Elyse recently kicked off with her friend, so you should naturally follow it. It’s x-posted here with permission.) The journey of Dan … Continue reading
This review written by Keidra Chaney originally appeared on The Learned Fangirl. It is being cross posted here with permission. The Fan Fiction Studies Reader, an anthology of influential academic literature in the field of fan studies, is edited by Karen Hellekson … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on Persephone Magazine. It is cross-posted here with editorial permission. As a child, I watched a lot of horror movies. We were poor and could rarely afford to go to the theater to see new films. But, … Continue reading
This post written by Keidra originally appeared on The Learned Fangirl. It is being cross posted here with permission. Actually, marketers can’t learn anything from watching reruns of She-Ra, I just wanted to use that as a title for some … Continue reading
This letter originally appeared on The Hero Blog on Valentine’s Day, but we really thought it was worth sharing here as well, so we’re cross-posting it with Miguel’s permission. Dear DC Comics, First off – Happy Valentine’s Day. And thank … Continue reading