Tag Archive | critique

Space for Rent: Feminism is a Thing


Well, duh! But why say it? Because it needs to be said. It seems that when someone uses feminist theory to critique or dissect videogames a very common counterattack is that feminism has no place in the discussion. It is, somehow, inherently invalid and completely irrelevant to the subject at hand. This is the rhetorical […]

Space for Rent: Cultural Lens-Feminist Analysis


Tweeter of the Day: MIND MELD: Has Space Opera Lost Its Luster? ——— We start the Cultural Lens series with Feminist Literary Criticism. No surprise for those who have watched this space for some time. Now for some caveats: This is not a University level discussion, just a general approach to the subject. In-depth discussion […]

A Letter That Will Change The World


At least that what I am hoping for. And what is this letter that will do this? My query letter, of course. Mind you the world I am aiming to change is my own. Small target, I know. But still worth pursuing (in a totally selfish way). I written a few copies, but so far […]

BSG was not the best show on television.


And if it was, then American television sucks! “What are you talking about?” “Battlestar Galactica was the best show on….” No it was not. I say this as a disgruntled fan. I abandoned the show when the humans decended to Hell, or should I say New Caprica. Until that moment I defended the show every […]

If only life came with a monster truck option


Good news…. I got the first of my Beta back! Bad news…. I got a cold! I find myself reading and rereading the assesment and while I can not find any fault in it, I do have to fight the urge to “defend” my work. I am grateful to the person who wrote it (a […]

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