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Vol 24 (2017) | Transformative Works and Cultures
Queer Female Fandom special issue (co-edited with Eve Ng)
_me  femslash 
8 weeks ago by j-l-r
Envisioning queer female fandom | TWC
Introduction to the special issue (co-authored with Eve Ng)
_me  femslash 
8 weeks ago by j-l-r
Femslash goggles: Fan vids with commentary by creators | TWC
This gallery opens with a curatorial essay offering a metaphorical theory of vidding as an AR technology and contextualizing femslash fan vids.
_me  femslash  vidding 
8 weeks ago by j-l-r
On Queerness, Safe Spaces, and Wynonna Earp | life, post doc
It feels appropriate on a day like today to talk about Wynonna Earp again. For those not living on social media, CBS passed on its Nancy Drew adaptation because although it played well with test audiences, the network deemed it “too female” and decided not to order the show to series.
Pocket  television  femslash  representation 
july 2016 by j-l-r
The History of Femslash, the Tiny Fandom That's Taking Over the Universe
Illustration: Jim Cooke/io9. Etching of Jupiter and Callisto, Pierre Milan, 1537-40The death of a minor supporting character on a tiny CW show set of a huge discussion about the representation of the LBGTQ community on TV, and this caught most people by surprise.
Pocket  femslash 
april 2016 by j-l-r
Femslash Can Save the World If We Let It | Autostraddle
When I was 13 years old, my parents decided that our house would get dial-up Internet. This was probably the second most influential thing to happen in my pre-adult life, the first being that girls got really pretty in late adolescence.
Pocket  femslash 
january 2016 by j-l-r
Special Issue CFP: Queer Female Fandom (3/1/16; 6/15/17)
I'm co-editor of this upcoming femslash issue of Transformative Works and Cultures
deliciousIFTTT  _me  twc  femslash  queer  lesbian  fandom 
august 2015 by j-l-r

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