Cultural Consumption is a roundup of (almost) everything I’ve been reading and watching from April to September 2021.
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.