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Book Review: Unkept by Ericka Clay

Unkept by Ericka Clay (Bannerwing Books, ISBN-13 978-0692378021, February 21, 2015) Rating: 5 out of 5 stars As the live-in manager at her father’s funeral home in Burling Gates, Missouri, Vienna Oaks has succumbed to the mediocrity and abject loneliness of her life. Her days are suspended between the mundane and the misery of her [...]

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Who Destroyed the World? Exploring Mad Max: Fury Road

It's rare to come across an action film that passes the Bechdel test. For those unfamiliar, the Bechdel test originated in Alison Bechdel's comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. To pass this test, a film must 1] have at least two women in it, 2] the two women talk to each other, and 3] [...]

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Ladies Night (in the Lab)

There's been a major push in the States over the last decade to make STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields more attractive to girls as a career, especially since more women than men are earning college degrees and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency calls it a matter of national security. Despite this, lately STEM careers [...]

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Lockwood & Co., Just Dark Enough

Book discovery is one of the hardest processes, particularly so for dark fiction. Everyone has their own specific tastes, their own brand of terror, and it can be quite difficult to find an opinion you can trust for book recommendations. How else do you find new authors, new books, things perhaps that are not on [...]

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