External Articles:

DOCTOR WHO Continues to Inflict Violence on Black Characters

DOCTOR WHO and the Would-Be Companions That Weren’t

How The Doctor Leaves a Path of Destruction on DOCTOR WHO

Sacrificial Narratives: The Exploitation of Ariana Dumbledore in Harry Potter

How do the Character Descriptions in ‘Harry Potter’ Hold Up 20 Years Later?

Revisiting Harry Potter’s Final Battle: Where Did All the Kreatures Go?

External Book Reviews:

Thick of It by Ulrike Almut Sandig (trans. from the German by Karen Leeder)

The Great Passage by Shion Miura (trans. from the Japanese by Juliet Winters Carpenter)

I Remember Nightfall by Marosa di Giorgio (trans. from the Spanish by Jeannine Marie Pitas)

Savage Park by Amy Fusselman

For Today I Am a Boy by Kim Fu (note that this article was changed without my input or consent by the editors and thus contains language that I consider outdated and inappropriate)


All of the Interesting People are in Hell: Limbo vs. Paradise in Dante’s Divine Comedy

Agency in the Wizarding World: The Deep Structure Regarding Fate and Free Will within the Harry Potter Universe

Interpretations of the Sirens’ Song Within Homer’s Odyssey and the Siren Vase

Who is Coming Home to Whom? An Examination of Eugene O’Neill’s “Homecoming” as a Retelling of Aeschylus’s “Agamemnon”

On the Sack of Troy and Greek Myth within Xena: Warrior Princess

Lost and Found: How the Tocharian Languages Reveal Answers and Raise New Questions


The Dinosaur (El dinosaurio) by Augusto Monterroso

Pablo Neruda Sonnet 88 (LXXXVIII) from 100 Love Sonnets (Cien sonetos de amor)

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Sonnet 186 ‘En la vida que siempre tuya fue’

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz ‘Con el dolor de la mortal herida’

Top Ten Favorite Blog Posts, in Descending Chronological Order:

Words are Weapons: Nonbinary Trans Thoughts About J.K. Rowling 9.15.2020

Wizard v. Muggle Media & Thoughts About J.K. Rowling 6.24.2020

Hogwarts Pride: A Meditation on my Relationship with Harry Potter, Fandom, and Queer Identity 6.8.2020

BLACK. LIVES. MATTER. That’s Not Up For Debate. 6.3.2020

UPG vs. Headcanon: Two Sides of the Same Coin? 12.11.2019

Some Thoughts About Tarot Cards, Hogwarts Houses, and the Four Elements 6.27.2019

An Exploration of the Fundamental Points of Critical Race Theory 4.2.2019

What Does It Mean To Be Well-Read? 3.19.2019

A Brief, Non-Comprehensive, Somewhat Inconclusive, and Yet Still Intriguing, Analysis of Themes Concerning Audience and Translatability within “The Task of the Translator” by Walter Benjamin (With Guest Appearances by Jacques Derrida and the Tower of Babel) 2.15.2019

On Belief and Reality 10.23.2018

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