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Women Who Work: The Medieval Edition – Hex-Lobbing Tsunami Conjurer

Invitations to lots of high-profile social events;
meals and boarding* provided;
waiving of standard retaliatory witch extinction measures. * small corner of dungeon in which to rock catatonically back and forth when services are not otherwise being rendered NEGLIGIBLE DOWNSIDES THAT THOU SHAN’T MENTION LEST THOU BE MISTAKEN FOR A FEMINIST INGRATE:
Risk of being labeled:
“impossible” and

Because Sometimes An Unhealthy Obsession With TV Is Rewarded……

I’m very privileged to have secured a new side gig writing op-ed pieces for Tribune Media via ScreenerTV.  Please check out my first two pieces if you have a moment.   The first is a bit of a love letter to the show Lucifer, albeit within a larger exploration of the “guilty pleasure” phenomenon as it applies to our TV viewing choices (when it shouldn’t): The second piece explores the rise of the “trainwreck heroine” in TV and film, inspired by Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s masterfully wrought show, Fleabag: Will post future articles here as they are published.  

300: Rise Of An Empire (a.k.a. Fifty Shades of BAD ASS)

She’s just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to DIE, DIE, DIE! Is this an awesome movie?  HELL YES.  Do I want to talk about much else beyond Eva Green’s role in it? Nah. Guess who is not filling her days worrying about whether her pores are small enough, her tits are big enough, and if she’s underage enough to appear in a Robin Thicke music video?