My 2 Cents on How to Be an Antiracist

What’s new, readers? Recently, it was announced that Christopher Nolan’s Tenetand Disney’s live-action Mulan reboot have had their theatrical releases pushed back from July 17 and 24 to August 12 and 21, respectively. This is definitely the right move, considering coronavirus cases in the U.S. are soaring to staggeringly high one-day records. It wouldn't be … Continue reading My 2 Cents on How to Be an Antiracist

My 2 Cents on Disney’s Artemis Fowl

What’s new, readers? I just want to give a huge shout-out to the Gen Z users of TikTok and the K-pop fans who bought up all those seats at Trump's Tulsa rally yesterday. This is fantastic—the young people banding together to make their political voices heard, bring about change, and stand against racism. And it's … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Disney’s Artemis Fowl

My 2 Cents on Five Excellent Queer YA Books

What’s new, readers? This is an insane time for everybody, but I’m glad to see the Black Lives Matter protests are having such a powerful effect on the American people’s collective consciousness. We’re finally recognizing the importance of being antiracist instead of merely “not racist,” Confederate monuments are being taken down, reforms are going to … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Five Excellent Queer YA Books

Project Super Nex – Chapter Fourteen – Homesick

I barrel down the stairs from the steeple, bolt through the dining area, through the entrance vestibule and past the kissnut queen with its spiky branches looming over me. The ashmelin double doors slam open before I can touch them and I jump back from the frenzied throngs of Vermusk piling in. I squeeze my … Continue reading Project Super Nex – Chapter Fourteen – Homesick

My 2 Cents on The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

What’s new, readers? Today is the first day of June, which means summer is on the horizon—and you know what, I couldn’t care less. Things have been so exasperating lately, not just because of the dimwits out there who see fit to dismiss the necessity of face masks, but also because of the police-inflicted murder … Continue reading My 2 Cents on The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Project Super Nex – Chapter Thirteen – Fading Into The Void

Cursed Cosmotic, I’m back in that tiresome meadow. It’s mostly the same—picking berries, traipsing down the grawtree-lined passage toward the meadow, sensing something rustling within the trees on my left. Not only do I hear a piano melody, but also the opening verse of “Delusive Eyes”—I can smell orchids, even though they’re out of season—and … Continue reading Project Super Nex – Chapter Thirteen – Fading Into The Void

Project Super Nex – Chapter Twelve – What Frightens

The red and lilac flush is fading from the twilight-blue sky, the cool air heavy with that recent-rainstorm fragrance. I’m walking briskly from the guesthouse to the Camerad without my messenger bag, which I left in my room; traveling light feels a little odd. About half the houses have their porch lights on, giving off … Continue reading Project Super Nex – Chapter Twelve – What Frightens

My 2 Cents on Five Excellent Science-Fiction Books

What’s new, readers? I hope you’re continuing to social distance, wash your hands, wear masks, et cetera. Unfortunately, there are some people out there who see fit to protest these crucial guidelines. A tweet by @kellydavio perfectly encapsulates the circumstances: “What zombie movies got wrong about the actual apocalypse, part 1,487: they omitted scenes of … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Five Excellent Science-Fiction Books