Monthly Archives: January 2014

An Argument Against Writing “Strong Female Characters”

Fun Fact: The movie Alien was originally written with the entire crew of the Nostromo being entirely male. A common question, especially to men who write female characters, is what makes a strong female character? As if there’s some secret formula, mix … Continue reading

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Sherlocked: Series 3 in Review

Spoilers, Sweetie. Redemption! Oh, Mr. Moffat, you wonderful wonderful man! You’ve somehow managed to cancel out the disappointment of the Doctor Who Christmas special AND gain some points after series 3 of Sherlock. And I presume that Mark Gatiss had … Continue reading

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What’s Gone Wrong with Who

When Russel T. Davies was running Doctor Who there was no doubt in my mind that the best writer on the team was some guy named Steven Moffat. And everyone else knew it too. So when Davies announced he was leaving Who, there was … Continue reading

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