Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Characters

At the risk of having my ingenious, original, and in all ways utterly brilliant ideas stolen, I have come up with the names of the main characters of my novel and a bit of background on each. We have: Maddie … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just the Feminism

My family has been looking at me strangely since the special; I was much angrier, and much more disappointed, at the special than they were – in fact, they liked it quite a bit. But my reasons go deeper than … Continue reading

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Down the Sherlockian Rabbit Hole

From the AV Club: Still, the feminist turn the episode seems to take—the story of the war the men must lose—reaches us through male voices, right up to the end. What do we learn about the thoughts and feelings of … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes and the Abominable Special

I LOVE “Sherlock”. I’ve loved every episode but “The Blind Banker”, which was a bit dull. So it should tell you something when I say that the Victorian special was very, very bad. I’m going to spoil everything, and you’ll … Continue reading

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Two New Superversive SF

I’ve been forgetting to update my Superversive material here. First up is “We Made a List!” Here’s the excerpt: Jeffro, blogger for Castalia House and he of Appendix N fame, has put Superversive SF at number 6 on his top … Continue reading

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