Feminist Book Review: Nimona

Nimona has been in the ever-growing pile of “need to read” books on my shelf, and it finally came up next in my queue. I purchased it last year after hearing it was written and illustrated by the highly esteemed Noelle Stevenson (see: Lumberjanes) and that it would be made into an animated film. That is all… Read More

Surrender to “Blood’s Force”

This month I have the pleasure of announcing that author Ellis Morning‘s novel Blood’s Force is the August Book of the Month. Blood’s Force is book one in the “Sword and Starship” series. The story is set in a corner of a universe where technology is demonized, spaceflight is fast becoming a lost art, and interplanetary politics… Read More

The Dark, Gruesome, and Oddly Feminist World of “Hannibal”

If you haven’t heard of NBC’s Hannibal by now, I can only imagine it’s because you’ve taken some sort of masochistic sabbatical from the Internet for the past 3-4 years. This show has sparked a truly dedicated and somewhat intimidating fanbase (the Fannibals), is driven by some of the best acting and writing I’ve seen… Read More

Borderlands Not Borderline on Women

When my fiance and I bought Borderlands last year, we fell in love.  The artwork, the music, the game play, the wit and humor, the oh so annoying but lovable Claptrap…it was brilliantly coordinated. We are now playing through both Borderlands and Borderlands 2 to gear up for the upcoming Borderlands: Pre-Sequel.  In the world… Read More