Bitches on Comics have a whole episode on Wynonna Earp! “We wanted to talk about Wynnona Earp because Sara finally watched it. Lots of spoilers so don’t listen if you’re not caught up! One thing that is not a spoiler is that we love Wayhaught! We love Rosita! […]
There’s still time to get your tickets to the Magical Women’s Conference. “This year it features friend of the Gutter Kate Laity! We bring together academics, independent researchers, practitioners, artists, authors, and other creators to share their wisdom and knowledge in an array of online events, from our […]
“How I Believe Various Characters From HBO’s The Sopranos Would React If I Tried To Teach Them The Rules Of Warhammer”
Daniel Lavery teaches characters from The Sopranos the rules of Warhammer. “Despite their many flaws (fictional, murders, etc) I believe the members of the Soprano crime family would mostly be willing to learn Warhammer if I offered to teach them.”
At Film School Rejects, Meg Shields considers the “cinematic resonances” of Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019).
At Atlas Obscura, Natasha Frost writes about the Lesbian pulp fiction of the 1950s and 1960s and interviews writers Ann Bannon and Katherine V. Forrest.
Spaces has images of sets from Park Chan-wook’s BBC series, The Little Drummer Girl and an interview with set designer Maria Djurkovic. (Thanks, Keith)