Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sumiko Saulson’s Black Women in Horror Writing #6: Pheare Alexander

Str8 Laced by Pheare Alexander Review by Bryan Cebulski (@BryanOnion) Splatterpunk is kind of a hit-or-miss genre. More often than not the author gets too caught up in their own sadistic fantasies, and the word “gratuitous” doesn’t even begin to describe … Continue reading

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Martin Ritt’s Hombre: Centering Decentralized Whiteness

My dad and I watched Martin Ritt’s Hombre the other night. A 1974 countercultural western starring Paul Newman as the hombre in question, I noticed that it works fascinatingly as documentation of how whiteness is centered even in attempts to … Continue reading

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Sumiko Saulson’s Black Women in Horror Writing #5: Pearl Cleage

    Just Wanna Testify by Pearl Cleage Review by Bryan Cebulski (@BryanOnion) Can an author write fanfiction of her own characters and setting? Now, Just Wanna Testify is my first foray into Pearl Cleage’s work. It is the fifth … Continue reading

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Books Read in 2015

2015 Books Completed Total: 54 1. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald 2. November of the Soul: The Enigma of Suicide by George Howe Colt 3. Wild Magic by Tamora Pierce 4. Compartment No. 6 by Rosa Liksom … Continue reading

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