The Problems with #FearlessWomen, and why #FearlessMen Needs to Exist as Well

Back to the blog, for a bit at least, thanks to my first official week off (most of a week, anyway) since beginning my army service. The time in between finishing my Hebrew course and moving to my current base doesn’t count as vacation. ūüėČ And, as luck would have it, Tor.com again gave meContinue reading “The Problems with #FearlessWomen, and why #FearlessMen Needs to Exist as Well”

Women in Star Wars: Tor.com Misses the Mark–Again

I’ve been fairly open about the numerous issues I’ve had with modern¬†Star Wars.¬†While I will continue to give¬†The Force Awakens the benefit of the doubt (for overall quality) until I see where¬†The Last Jedi takes the series, I cannot ignore the major problems that have become more and more visible, especially in¬†Rogue One. The twoContinue reading “Women in Star Wars: Tor.com Misses the Mark–Again”

#SpaceOperaWeek Round-Up

As #SpaceOperaWeek comes to a close, author Jon Del Arroz has compiled a nice list of some of the great pieces of content released this week, most, of course, by the #PulpRevolution, as we co-opted the tag. It’s been a great week, and I couldn’t have picked a better time to release my debut novel,Continue reading “#SpaceOperaWeek Round-Up”

#SpaceOperaWeek: Wonder and the Soul’s Desire by Dominika Lein

As many of you may have noticed, this week is #SpaceOperaWeek. Initially an initiative of Tor.com, members of the #PulpRevolution, myself included, have completely co-opted the hashtag, both to bug Tor about their subpar content and to share actual quality space opera related content of our own. One of our major issues with the articlesContinue reading “#SpaceOperaWeek: Wonder and the Soul’s Desire by Dominika Lein”

It’s #SpaceOperaWeek, but Where are the Aliens?

So, Tor.com decided that this week is Space Opera Week (#SpaceOperaWeek on Twitter), though thus far it seems that I and a few other fellow members of the #PulpRevolution have been dominating the hashtag, though that may be unsurprising, as Tor is using contributors who aren’t fans of the genre. Jon Del Arroz, author ofContinue reading “It’s #SpaceOperaWeek, but Where are the Aliens?”