This is a post that’s actually several months in the making, and is mostly inspired by my dear friend LE Eaves. Months ago, she posted to Facebook, asking how folks organize their research materials for their dissertation and comprehensive exams. I figured Continue reading Using GoodReads to Manage Your Research
I received the following in email from Becky. She wants this to be forwarded as widely as possible, so please share! ———————————————– Humanitarian Crisis on the Aegean Sea: A Yogi’s View By Becky Thompson “Since I have lost my brother, Continue reading Humanitarian Crisis on the Aegean Sea: A Yogi’s View
Hi everyone! This is the list of books and a few quick thoughts I wrote down during the Arisia 2014 panel, “Do Something About Diversity.” I was on this panel with Victor Raymond, Andrea Hairston (a CBS award winner!), Dash Continue reading “Do Something About Diversity” — Arisia 2014
I wanted to take this opportunity to heap praise and love on Expanded Horizons. They were one of my first poetry sales, and always feature amazing work. I am very proud to be affiliated with this magazine. I also think one of Dash’s great Continue reading Expanded Horizons
Call for Papers Companions in Doctor Who: Roles, Characters and Themes On introducing the new companion Clara in March 2013, Steven Moffat, Doctor Who’s Executive Producer, stated that: “Doctor Who is always more the story of the companion. Continue reading CFP: The Companions of Dr. Who
The new (lovely, insightful, inciteful) issue of Goblin Fruit is now live!
Call for Papers Out and About in Time and Space: Traveling Time on Television Time travel as a plot device has been used frequently in television for a variety of reasons. It offers the storyteller the opportunity to show Continue reading Call for Papers — Out and About in Time and Space
This is actually the very FIRST issue of Interfictions Online, which is an outgrowth of the Interfictions anthology series. This series is pretty fantastic, because it branches creative and academic work.
Expanded Horizons, one of my favorite sources for SF/F, has been reviewed by Tor! This review highlights EH’s antiracist/antisexist editorial policy, as well as its commitment to publishing cliche- and stereotype-free fiction.
Hi everyone! I recently reviewed Necessary Ill by Deb Taber for Strange Horizons. The review is available here.
Call for Papers Out and About in Time and Space: Traveling Time on Television Time travel as a plot device has been used frequently in television for a variety of reasons. It offers the storyteller the opportunity to show alternate Continue reading CFP: Time Travel
I’m proud to announce that IGI Global has recently released Cases on Digital Game Based Learning. Here’s the book description: In K-12 classrooms, as well as on the college and university level, the incorporation of digital games has played a vital Continue reading Come Fly With Us!
They need to learn how suck it up and take it.
My coworker (and friend) on the subject of LGBT youth, bullying, and suicide, during a discussion of the recent Rolling Stone article on the subject. I’m still angry, four hours later. I also feel exceptionally betrayed, because she knows I’m queer. (via deliciouskaek)
TBH that’s probably why she said it to you. She thought you’d be her good minority friend and absolve her of her homophobia.