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            Latest News: Speculative Fiction 2012 is awarded British Fantasy Society Award!

            My News

            15 September 2014
            Speculative Fiction 2012 wins British Fantasy Society Award
            Last year my essay, 'Remembering Margaret Cavendish', was published in Speculative Fiction 2012: The Best Online Revies, Essays, and Comentary. Spec Fic 2012 was nominated for a Hugo Award, which was pretty thrilling, but on Sunday, 7th September 2014, it won the British Fantasy Society Award for Best Non-Fiction. I couldn't be more thrilled. Read More >>


            31st January 2014
            Website Launch
            After existing in a string of places online for years, I decided I needed a base camp. This is your one stop shop to find all my stuff. My writing and reviews blog; my proofreading and copy-editing services; my Tumblr and YouTube presence; my artwork and crafting; my business email; and, coming at some point this year, my philosophical endeavours. Hopefully this will make my stuff easier to find and me easier to communicate with.


            Polemic of the Moment

            The more we ask for, the bigger the change.

            I call for an end to tempering demands for equality by what makes oppressors feel comfortable.

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            The Clubhouse: a polemic

            I propose a new outlook towards the endemic problems of privilege (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphodia, ableism etc.) in geek media.

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            Review of the Now

            Review: Maleficient

            Utterly captivating, bitter-sweet, ultimately uplifting, and not at all sexist.

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            It's time to watch films from the 1930s

            So much of our current media output fails to address the dire social consequences of the economic absurdities of our times. I suggest we turn to the films of the 1930s.

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