At The San Francisco Gate, Jewelle Gomez talks about her vampire novel, The Gilda Stories, on the book’s 25th anniversary. ‘The character is black. She’s a lesbian. And she’s a vampire,’ the publisher said. ‘That’s too complicated.’ Gomez laughs as she says this now, and it’s a deep […]
At Black Girl Nerds, Sharon shares some things she learned about racism and fandom while shipping The Walking Dead’s Michonne and Rick. “I’m not going to erase race from the conversation of where so much anti-Richonne sentiment stems from so that other people can pretend that fandom is […]
Graveyard Shift Sisters interviews science fiction and horror writer, V. H. Galloway. about her new book, The Un-United States of Z, her experiences with travel and her advice for a young Black geeky girl who wants to be a writer.
Sometimes I really want to like something. I really, really do. And it’s not bad and I don’t actively dislike like it. I just don’t like it. I love the film, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night. It’s one of my favorite films of 2014 and it’s […]
At Autostraddle, Sara Century writes about why Lesbian vampire movies are terrible and totally amazing. “As heterosexual vampire stories had their origin in the fear of female sexuality, displayed clearly in novels like Dracula which consistently robbed its female characters of sexual autonomy throughout the narrative, lesbian vampire […]
At Bitch Media, Sara Century writs about Queer women in horror. “The first horror films to feature queer female characters are some of the first films of any kind to portray queer women.”