Upright Women Wanted: A Feminist Review

As someone who works in a library, Upright Women Wanted was a must read for me. Sarah Gailey’s latest novella doesn’t focus on hippos (like River of Teeth) but rather on queer librarians surviving in a dystopian future.  Like the Pack Horse Library Project of old, the librarians travel across what is left of America… Read More

Genta Sebastian’s Award Winning “Riding the Rainbow”

I met Genta Sebastian two years ago via a local writing group, and from the moment I began beta-reading one of her submissions I fell in love with her writing. Since that fateful day we’ve attended WisCon 2014 together as well as worked together (along with six other authors) to publish a short story anthology. Thus it… Read More

So what is this “Orphan Black” show everyone is talking about?

Season 3 of the critically-acclaimed, certifiably bad ass BBC television show Orphan Black premiers on BBC America today. If you’ve watched the show already, prepare to have all your feelings validated by this post. If you haven’t seen it yet, prepare to block off an afternoon to get up to speed. I ended up watching season 1 of Orphan Black last… Read More