‘If You Could See the Sun’ by Ann Liang: This debut author shows the true dark side of academia

Our If You Could See the Sun book review explores how Ann Liang gives us a different kind of dark academia book that is rooted in the true underbelly of elite education rather than Pinterest aesthetics. Continue reading “‘If You Could See the Sun’ by Ann Liang: This debut author shows the true dark side of academia”

‘Queer for Fear’ at SDCC 2022: Shudder’s upcoming documentary shines a light on the history of queer horror

Queer for Fear had its own panel at SDCC 2022, and we were in attendance to learn what exactly to expect from this four-part series that focuses on viewing the horror genre through a queer lens. Continue reading “‘Queer for Fear’ at SDCC 2022: Shudder’s upcoming documentary shines a light on the history of queer horror”