July 2019 Reviewsday: A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly

The prohibition era of United States history is just as fascinating to me as it is to movie studios, true crime authors, and people who unironically wear fedoras. I feel I should note, not for the first time, that I am Canadian. Here in the Great White North, we did, in fact, have prohibition, just … Continue reading July 2019 Reviewsday: A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly

Didn’t Finish Diaries, Episode 2: The Gospel of Loki

Some kids are obsessed with dinosaurs. Some, horses. My sister’s friend really liked pigs. Some are obsessed with YouTube these days. Some, the Mario Brothers (check out my super amazing Mario fanfiction here). Me, I was OBSESSED with mythology, or at least, the watered-down versions of myths that are deemed appropriate for children. Goodness me was … Continue reading Didn’t Finish Diaries, Episode 2: The Gospel of Loki

Canadian Crime Stories, Episode Two: Dustin Paxton and Oh my God this is so not the point Barbara

*TRIGGER WARNING: If you are triggered by discussions of sexual assault, violence or other such things I would recommend either leaving now or taking steps to continue reading safely.* On an April day in Regina, Saskatchewan, 2010, an emaciated man was dropped off at a hospital. His body was covered in injuries and wounds, including … Continue reading Canadian Crime Stories, Episode Two: Dustin Paxton and Oh my God this is so not the point Barbara

Thanks, I Hate It: Bisexual Representation in Mainstream Comics (A deep dive)

The representation of bisexual characters in popular culture has changed a lot in a short time, largely for the better. I remember queer characters being the punchline in many of the movies and TV I watched as a kid, notably comedies like Friends and Dodgeball. I could never have imagined the way things have changed … Continue reading Thanks, I Hate It: Bisexual Representation in Mainstream Comics (A deep dive)