https://bookriot.com/how-anna-karenina-blurs-public-and-private-life/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CPGCVS_hJjQ/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link I’ve had this idea in my head for a while! I previously wrote about Anna Karenina last year. That was also the post in which I criticized ableism in Philip Roth’s Nemesis, which I later called an example of abjection. I’m also coloring The Princess Bride: As You Wish coloring book. https://www.instagram.com/p/CPGc0OFBJ52/ I…… Continue reading Anna Karenina
https://www.instagram.com/p/COz8uyChDV6/ A REACTION TO SHADOW AND BONE FROM A FAN OF THE BOOKS Today on Book Riot! I also thought my site was overdue for an update. For accessibility and my own basic CSS/HTML skills, I try to keep my layout simple. This new WP theme is called 2021. I love the pretty mint green…… Continue reading Into the Grishaverse
Yay, yet another college syllabus, this 1 from a Shakespeare course and an explanation of how they use my work on ableist language! Thanks so much!! I don’t check backlinks very often, but I also see a lot of Google Classroom links to my “Ubi Sunt?” essay. I made a Breaking Bad meme parodying a…… Continue reading “You’re Goddamn Right!”
Hey. I made a LinkTree to highlight some of my favorite pieces. I know my writing can be a lot to keep up with. Thanks for reading any and all of my work! Did you know there’s a Netflix series on the Gardner Museum heist? It’s called This is a Robbery. Don’t search for “Gardner.”…… Continue reading Kristeva & LinkTree
Hi everyone, today I have 2 essays on Flannery O’Connor, a huge influence for me. I’ve been thinking about these ideas for many years. Book Riot: https://bookriot.com/flannery-oconnor-ableism/ And continued on Medium… I usually add a link for each new publication to my main menu as they come out. It used to be easy to do…… Continue reading Flannery O’Connor!
https://bookriot.com/best-fantasy-maps/ This is one of those topics that I know a lot about, but for which everyone has different favorites. I’m enjoying posting my work on AO3 and reading others’. I added one more chapter to my Breaking Bad fanfic. Over 12 years after rewriting James Joyce’s “Araby” from the unnamed girl’s perspective, I finally…… Continue reading Yay, Fantasy Maps!!
AO3 (Archive of Our Own) is an open-source archive for not-for-profit fan fiction of various genres and fandoms. When I was in middle school through college, fanfic was on fanfiction.net or LiveJournal, but I guess those sites aren’t as active anymore. After requesting an invitation and waiting about a week, I created my profile. I…… Continue reading AO3 (fan fiction)
Hi everyone, happy new year. For my first publication of 2021, I wrote about rediscovering a hobby I’d given up as a little kid. More of my coloring is on Instagram. My singing, a much more consistent hobby, is here. For my feminist take on ACoTaR, see my Medium. Thanks!
Here’s the wrap-up of everything I published in 2020! I think this was a terrible year for everyone. Wishing you all an infinitely better 2021. Thanks so much for reading, sharing, and linking to my work! January 16 INSIGHTFUL QUOTES FROM A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN 10 FASCINATING BOOKS BY OR ABOUT CHILD PRODIGIES on…… Continue reading 2020 Retrospective!