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(This article originally appeared on KQED Pop.) The other day as I was breaking my rule about not reading comments on the internet, I ended up following a pretty heated back and forth about the differences between introverts and extroverts, … Continue reading
It’s been a few months since our interview with writer/artist Larime Taylor, which came on the heels of the release of Issue #1 of his Kickstarter-backed psychological thriller comic A Voice in the Dark (then known as “Dark Zoey”). Now, … Continue reading
Earlier in September, Southern California artist Larime Taylor launched a Kickstarter for his graphic novel, Dark Zoey. The project is notable not only because it’s a female-centric plot with a diverse cast of characters, but also because of Taylor’s personal … Continue reading
It may sound odd to say this, but I actually feel sorry for people who didn’t have the profound experience of being touched by the story of Kevin “Wash” & Tashi Pratt-King. Many of us at Geekquality have gotten very … Continue reading
It’s a widely accepted idea that music, like fashion, social movements, and menstruation, runs in cycles. Sometimes this theory runs less true than others, but right now I think it’s pretty applicable. Because right now, in the year of our … Continue reading