Part 2 of Tania Evans review of the last season of Game of Thrones. Reunions, politics and the eave of battle, but what will remain after?
As the last season of the epic Game of Thrones begins, Tania Evans offers the first of a series of episode reflections to discuss, question, and comment on this exciting conclusion.
By Marita Arvaniti It is now Carnival season in Greece, and I celebrate as I have for the past two years that I’ve spent away from the festivities: by rereading Kai Ashante Wilson’s The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps (2015) and thinking about the elements of […]
Beata Gubacsi While genre as such yields tremendous uncertainties, it is safe to suggest that the Weird tradition has descended from the Gothic, marking “a radical break with anything from folkloric tradition” (Miéville 512), an adoption of a more psychological approach, and the incorporation of […]
By C. Palmer-Patel Margaret Atwood is overrated. There. I said it. And I say that as a proud Canadian as well, so I’m sure I’ve just committed some sort of blasphemy. But bear with me here. I have three very important reasons on why The […]