In one week, CBS’ The Inspectors returns for an all new season. Season 4 of The Inspectors will premiere as part of the CBS Dream Team lineup on Saturday, September 29.
We all love the Carmilla movie, but sometimes you need to find something fun and queer to watch to bring a smile to your face. I make suggestions for movies to watch if you love Carmilla. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: @carmillaseries Movie Suggestions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes”
A weekly column highlighting the Port Charles happenings during the past week on General Hospital. Read below to find out what you missed or to refresh your memory in time for next week.
It’s been over two months since James Read appeared on General Hospital.
I am a huge fan of H.P. Lovecraft and I was delighted to find someone at FlameCon who also enjoyed a bit of Cthulhu in her daily life. Now admittedly Lovecraft is not really the greatest guy in the world. He might like monsters, but he definitely did not like really anyone who didn’t look or act like him, which is crappy, but what Megan James has done with her Innsmouth series is exceptional and takes the problematic work of Lovecraft and retools it for the modern era. Continue reading “Innsmouth #1 Comic Review ( @meg_emmy_james ) from @kleffnotes”
The definition of feminism is “a range of political movements, ideologies, and social movements that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes. This includes seeking to establish educational and professional opportunities for women that are equal to those for men.” And a feminist is “a person who supports feminism.”
Lez Hang Out is back! After a brief hiatus this LGBT+ podcast is back with a second season and I wanted to share my excitement with all of you. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: @lezhangoutpod Season 2 from @kleffnotes”
For fans of Foxtel prison drama Wentworth’s spunky Franky Doyle (Nicole da Silva), Season 6 Episode 3 titled “Bleed Out” offered viewers a satisfying conclusion to her quest for justice.
Do you love fanfic, queer women, just having something hilarious to listen to every other Tuesday? Then you need to be listening to Queer As Fiction and as a huge fan of the podcast and of the three hosts in general, I was psyched to get an interview with Kirsten King, Amanda Holland, and Ashly Perez. We chat queer fan fiction, the podcast, and hanging out and drunk watching things over on GirlShipTV. Thank you to these three fabulous women for agreeing to chat with me over email. Continue reading “Interview with the Queer As Fiction Podcast Hosts ( @QueerAsFic ) from @kleffnotes”
Rayna Hutchison and Samuel Blake are the founder and editor-in-chief of My Heart Poetry, an online poetry community as well as digital zine and poetry press. When you combine the amount of poetry they have created it totals over one thousand original pieces. These two well practiced and dedicated poets have created You/Poet, which will help you to grow your creativity and find your voice as a poet. Continue reading “You/Poet Book Review from @kleffnotes”