The Ann Arbor District Library has set up a bracket of monster battles for Monster March Madness. Get one to fill out and learn more at AADL’s website. “To make our list of monsters, we randomly selected 64 monsters from the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition roster of […]
At Film School Rejects, Ciara Wardlow writes about “A Century of Female Fandom” and the stereotypes female fans have faced for the last hundred years or so. “[T]he biggest change from the 1910s criticisms of female fandom and the 2010s criticisms of female fandom is that while, in […]
The Gutter’s own Angela Englert is starting a weekly livetweet of Doctor Who. “One Thing in progress, actually starting this Sunday, July 9, is a new livetweet I’m starting to help me deal with the gulf of a collapsing dwarf star where my heart should be now that […]
Friend of the Gutter Jared Shurin shares an editorial from the 1953 Journal of Science Fiction at Pornokitsch. “I can’t vouch for the tone of the first three, as I’ve not found them yet, but the fourth is a corker. Whether the JSF was established with this particular […]
NY Magazine discusses the no longer so secret gay history of the Babadook. And they interview Tim Purcell, who played the Babadook in the film. Plus, here’s drag queen Lucy Balls performing as the Babadook at Sasha Velour’s Nightgowns!
The Black Girl Nerds Podcast shares a panel discussion with Bryan Fuller, creator of Hannibal and American Gods, and New York Magazine and Vulture TV’s Matt Zoller Seitz at the Vulture Festival. They discuss “notable bloody scenes that inspired [Fuller] over his career.”
At Strange Horizons, Erin Horáková writes about popular culture, popular memory, popular forgetting, popular reworking, “receptive drag,” and “Kirk Drift”: “Why can’t we see what’s in front of us? Why can’t we read? Why do we remember green women, molested, when there weren’t any, and the wrong ‘three […]