The adventures of Lady Who Is Also a Knight and Willowy Poet Boyfriend! I like to think that they just play dumb medieval pranks on each other all the time. Willowy Poet Boyfriend usually does not grasp that she is pranking him until it is too late. He tries to get back at her by composing a catchy lay about how obsessed she is with pegging, and then realizes what he has done only when people start to look at him funny on the street. Willowy Poet Boyfriend is not the master of pranks.
Will Lady Who Is Also a Knight win her jousting match? Will I ever escape from relying on anachronisms for humor value? Will these adventures actually continue? Does reversing an established binary qualify as true transgression? The questions are endless! TUNE IN NEXT TIME (IF THERE IS A NEXT TIME) FOR MORE QUESTIONS AND NO ANSWERS
Allies are supposed to protect asexuals and make sure we have a voice, not stand in front of us in the group photo.
i want to see more girls in the media banding together
girls protecting girls
enough of this strange, angry “probably all in love with the one interesting male character so they turn on eachother”
enough “oh she’s one of the guys so she uses gendered insults to fit in more easily”
enough of “strong” girls making fun of “weak” girls instead of helping them
enough girls fighting girls
give me girls banding together to fight everyone else
all the time
Goddamn, I’ve been working on this reboot of TNW for two weeks and Luna just now showed up.
I don’t understand how this happened. What were Ian and Dmitri even doing for the first 12K words of this book by themselves?
I just read an essay by an agender person about how they’ve never been able to find a book that featured an agender character before and
That thing where you think of an amazing line but you’re like two books away from getting the chance to drop it.
But enough about people who can’t handle the awesomeness of the fact that sexualities other than straight and gay exist—you should pay attention to something that is amazing and full of polysexual visibility, like N.K. Jemisin’s Inheritance trilogy, which I am reading now and it’s fantastic and you should read it, too.
Night Vale fandom protip:
If ya’ll want to critique heterosexism in the fandom, maybe don’t do that by actively perpetuating bi- and pan-erasure.
I REPEAT TODAY IS MANUSCRIPT WISH LIST DAY AGAIN ON TWITTER
*muffled excited screams*
What is that?
One of very few days every year where literary agents and editors post their fondest wishes, with the tag (#mswl), for the type of manuscripts they’re currently hungering for.
Why is this important?
Why on earth would you not want to know what various agents are specifically looking for? What if your manuscript fits something that an agent is looking specifically for?!
Do I have to be a member of Twitter to participate?
Heavens, no. Just go and search the tag. I would recommend opening a word document by the side and cut/pasting all the tweets you want to query/respond to.
Am I allowed to pitch to an agent who tweeted something exactly like my manuscript?
No. Its generally considered rude as hell to do this. This activity is mainly agents talking and throwing out wishes while authors/writers watch quietly, starry eyes and mesmerized.
Why are you still reading this?!