Of Mice and Men Without Chests

I am posting here an article from another site that is on a common theme with my article The Goals of the Superversive Of Mice and Men Without Chests By ANNA GITHENS At first glance one might surmise that the title of this article alludes to the characters in John Steinbeck’s classic. Truthfully, while reading Of Mice and…

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What is Fan Fiction?

What Is Fan Fiction?: How to tell it from the other stuff Approximately where I was standing,  when I described the fortress filling the horizon.     Here at the Wright Household, this article is legendary. This is in part because I’ve been talking about writing it for at least a year and a half.…

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The Pinching Shoe That Is Beauty and the Beast

When I wrote my Ruining Beauty post, there were folks who complained that I shouldn’t review a movie I have not seen. I felt they had a good point. Sometimes things sound bad in review, but work well in the actual story. But I also felt that I didn’t want to pay money to see…

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Seeing the light on romance

Author Monalisa Morgan Foster has posted a very complimentary essay about my "Dating the Monsters" article. It makes an interesting counter to Dawn Witzke's insightful piece on Strong Female Characters. ——– I have to admit, the last person I thought I’d see with an essay in Ardeur, a non-fiction book about Laurell K. Hamilton’s, Anita Blake, Vampire…

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Ruining Beauty

My latest article at Superversive SF I have seen very few movies in the theater, compared to the average America. The number of movies I have seen twice is even smaller. The number of movies I have seen more than twice could be counted on one hand. There is only one movie that I saw…

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The Wrights Hijack Catholic Geek Radio!

Tomorrow from 7pm to 9pm EST, while the unsuspecting Declan Finn rests on his long-needed vacation, John C. Wright and L. Jagi Lamplighter will be hijacking his radio show: Catholic Geek Radio. As if this were not bad enough, the Wrights have turned the show over to a crew of imaginary characters. The Lady Rachel…

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