Cultural Consumption is a quarterly roundup of (almost) everything I’ve been reading and watching.
The last couple of weeks have been rough. I’ve been: adding | trying | shovelling | having | getting | planning | freezing | looking | organizing | starting
I finally started to get my attention span back in the last three months of 2020 – reading better books and watching more movies.
Every month (or so…), I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in November and December: film theory, fandom, and representation in fiction.
Cultural Consumption is a quarterly roundup of (almost) everything I’ve been reading and watching. Here’s what I loved in July, August, and September.
I’ll just come out and admit it: I dropped the ball in the second quarter of 2020. I didn’t read much, I didn’t watch many movies.
Time keeps on slippin’… I’ve been: spending | starting | refreshing | drinking | wearing | finding | having | setting | trying |
So, I’ve been planning a new semi-regular feature for the blog for a while now, and here it is: a quarterly roundup of everything I’ve been reading and watching. It’s a way to share and promote amazing work, and it’s a way to hold myself accountable, so I don’t just keep watching the same few comfort-food movies over and over again.
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in March: permission to keep writing, overcoming creative obstacles, the history of murder ballads, and more.
The last two weeks haven’t been too bad… but they got very busy in the last few days. I’ve been: having | listening | rolling | being | catching | starting | rethinking | trying | spending | feeling