Podcasts, Earl Grey Editing

Audiobooks

One of my goals this year was to try audiobooks. They’d never particularly appealed to me; I had podcasts and music for the times my hands were busy and books for the times my hands weren’t busy. However, I ended up with some eyestrain while judging the Aurealis Awards last year. I found the experience […]

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Earl Grey Editing, zombie stories, Sabriel, Garth Nix, Feed, Mira Grant, Illuminae, Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff, Dreaming Again, Jack Dann

Friday 13th: Zombie Edition

Today is Friday 13th, a time for superstition, witches and monsters. Since I’ve already covered witches, I thought this time around I’d celebrate this auspicious date (and its proximity to Halloween) with a few zombie stories. Despite the fact I’m making this post, I’m not actually all that big on zombies. Feed by Mira Grant […]

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Earl Grey Editing, tea and cake, lamington cake

Three Years

Tomorrow marks the third anniversary of Earl Grey Editing’s blog. I’m celebrating with Lamington cake: vanilla sponge cake dipped in chocolate and covered in dessicated coconut, layered with jam and cream. It is delicious! So, three years. That sounds like such a short time and yet it feels like I’ve been doing this forever. I […]

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Podcasts, Earl Grey Editing

My Current Podcast Playlist

I’m a podcast fiend. I find they’re a great way to keep me entertained while I’m doing housework. Over the last few years, I’ve ended up with quite a few shows to listen to. They fall into three broad categories: Books, Media and Culture This is far and away the biggest category. It includes podcasts […]

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Monsterhearts, Night Witches, Tabletop RPGs

Feminism and Tabletop RPGs

At Continuum 13, I had the pleasure of sitting on the Tabletop Gaming panel with Aidan Doyle, Darryl “Owlbear” Brown, Laura Wilkinson and Bryce Campbell. The discussion was a mix of designer and player perspectives, and remained an upbeat conversation throughout. We could have continued for hours. One of the things I touched on in […]

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