Superstore: A Feminist TV Review

NBC’s Superstore has returned for its fifth season, and I’m pretty pumped to watch it! This wasn’t always the case — I started season one of Superstore last year and stopped within a few episodes. Eventually, I gave the show another shot and now it’s become one I look forward to watching. Let’s examine the… Read More

Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures: A Feminist Book Review

I have been eagerly awaiting this collection since finishing its predecessor, Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures, last year. Wireless brings us the same fabulous cast of dukes, refined ladies, men of honor…just kidding, it’s about steampunk pirate ne’er-do-wells, and it’s just as much of a romp as Murder was. I MIGHT like… Read More

The Dark Fairy Tale Queens Series: F-BOM Book of the Month Review

Here’s our spoiler-free review of the Dark Fairy Tale Queens Series by Anita Valle. This special edition brings together three of Anita’s Dark Fairy Tale Queen stories: Sinful Cinderella, Sneaky Snow White, and Rotten Rapunzel. These stories span several generations of princesses and queens as they deal with the repercussions of, and contribute to, a… Read More

The Warrior and the Flower: A Feminist Book Review

Camille Picott is the author of many independently-published science fiction and fantasy novels honoring her Asian heritage. The Warrior and the Flower takes us to the fictional World Kingdom and neighboring countries, all based on or inspired by Asian cultures of our world (but with lightning magic). The magic system was awesome, and the writing… Read More