Ten Short Thoughts on <i>Captain America: Civil War</i>
My Picks for a Best of the DCAU Batman and Superman Playlist
Harassment Isn’t Just About Individuals, It’s About Communities

Talking Star Trek at Adler After Dark (Updated)


In honor of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary, this month’s event “Adler After Dark: Boldly Go” on Thursday, September 15th, celebrates all things Star Trek, and I’m pleased to share that I will be on a panel at the event, talking about the cultural legacy of the show. Continue Reading →

2016 Hugo Awards Acceptance Speech from MidAmeriCon II


I’m inexplicably awake after less than 5 hours of sleep so I will put together some more coherent thoughts on this incredible honor and my experience at my very first WorldCon later. But I’ve received so many touching responses to my portion of Uncanny Magazine’s acceptance speech that I wanted to put the text up to share. Continue Reading →

(Long Overdue) C2E2 2016 Panel Videos


I finally got around to cutting and uploading the footage from the two C2E2 2016 panels I was able to record: “Fight the Power,” which I moderated with authors Rachel Caine, Arwen Elys Dayton, Michelle Hauck, and Lisa Yee, talking about themes of revolution in science fiction and fantasy; and “With Great Power: Mentoring the Next Generation of Geeks,” where I joined Wesley Sun, Lynne M. Thomas, Ytasha Womack, and Aaron Amendola (moderator) to talk about leadership and encouraging the growth of inclusive, vibrant geek communities and professions. Continue Reading →

Ten Short Thoughts on Captain America: Civil War


(Mild SPOILERS ahead) I’m definitely going to see Captain America: Civil War again so I can dig into the story and themes more (and really, a compare/contrast with Batman vs Superman is probably inevitable), but I wanted to jot down a few quick thoughts… Continue Reading →

My Picks for a Best of the DCAU Batman and Superman Playlist

Superman and Batman, being respectful and courteous? Sorcery. Clearly.

…I put together a playlist of episodes I’ll want to watch after seeing BvS, to remind me why I love Batman and Superman so much. I stuck primarily with DCAU Justice League continuity, but included a few of the DCAU stand-alone movies as well. Not surprisingly, these all feature Conroy as Batman, and either Daly or Newbern as Superman. Continue Reading →