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Category Archives: Reviews

Review: Princess Elena of Avalor

by Cheryl Wollner


I first heard about the Disney Channel show Princess Elena of Avalor last summer when speaking with a Chicana high school student about how she notices the lack of Latin@ and Chican@ representation in animation and live action programming. Elena of Avalor begins to break that barrier, featuring Disney’s first Latina Princess. Last week, I […]


Book Review: Red Mars

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Red Mars Author: Kim Stanley Robinson First Published: 1993 Nebula Award Winner for Best Novel 1993 Author Kim Stanley Robinson was born in Waukegan, Illinois, but mainly grew up in Southern California. He earned a B.A. in literature from the University of California, San Diego in 1974 and gained a Masters in English […]



REVIEW: FIYAH Issue #1: Rebirth

by E. Young


Yes, the whole anthology. I tried to pick just one story to talk about out of this issue but I quickly realized…nah. I have to tell you about them all. You know how sometimes in an anthology you’ll have some faves, and the rest are pretty good? This was all killer no filler. For a […]


Book Review: The Integral Trees

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: The Integral Trees Author: Larry Niven First Published: 1984 Locus Award 1985 Larry Niven was born in Los Angeles, California and spent much of his childhood in Beverly Hills. His schooling has ranged from a brief stint at Cal Tec, to Washburn University in Kansas, to graduate work in mathematics at UCLA. He […]



REVIEW: The Night Circus (Erin Morgenstern)

by Cheryl Wollner


I recently blogged about how Celia Bowen, the protagonist from The Night Circus (2011,) has joined my list of Favorite Female Characters. She’s a surprising addition to this list, because despite the novel’s high praise and awards, I did not enjoy the novel. Two magicians pit their students against each other in a game of […]


Fairy Tales for the New World Order: Circuits and Slippers, edited by Jaylee James


It is both gratifying and heartbreaking when reality begins to resemble sci-fi and fantasy: genre fiction gets an unexpected upgrade as the predictions of mere writers come true. This collection of twenty sci-fi infused fairy tales, published in September of 2016, came at exactly the right time. Now that dystopia is becoming the new normal, […]


Review: “Ten Days’ Grace” (Foz Meadows)

by E. Young


I had a chance to view Nocturnal Animals, directed by Tom Ford, and I had a few … thoughts. (No spoilers promise) This movie isn’t as gimmicky as I thought it would be and wow this actually accurately depicts how women are treated in unfaithful relationships. That’s not to say it was the best, most […]


Book Review: Time Enough For Love


Book Name: Time Enough For Love Author: Robert A. Heinlein First Published: 1973 Prometheus Hall of Fame Award recipient 1998 Nominated for Nebula 1973 Nominated for Hugo and Locus Awards 1974 Robert Anson Heinlein was born in 1907 to accountant Rex Ivar Heinlein and Bam Lyle Heinlein. He spent much of his childhood in Kansas […]