Clexa Con tried to be many things: a fan convention where people can watch entertainment based panels and interact with their faves, a film festival where projects by and for queer women are highlighted, an academic convention with workshops and networking. It tries (or more sceptically, it wants to look like it tries) to give … Continue reading Clexa Con: Queer celebration or exploitation?
https://twitter.com/chocolateyshell/status/1123039653026656256 Transcript: Host: Here to present from Coroner and Wynonna Earp, writer, Noelle Carbone. [Applause] Noelle: Hi everybody. So Wynonna Earp is a weird show. It features a borderline alcoholic chosen-one with a magic gun, a bisexual half angel, revenants, vampires, nerds, Doc Holliday - yes that Doc Holliday, a lesbian sheriff, many formidable mustaches, … Continue reading WGC Showrunner of the Year. Introduction and speech.
Transcript by Edye Panel took place on 14 April 2019 Video: ClexaCon 2019 - The Magic Behind Wayhaught Transcript Moderator: I could say a lot of things about the magic of WayHaught. How Waverly and Nicole have made an indelible mark on LGBTQ pop culture. [Audience cheers] Moderator: How a fandom became a movement. But right … Continue reading The Magic Behind Wayhaught Transcript- ClexaCon 2019
I took five trips this year, all of them motivated by my love for Wynonna Earp and Earpers. Here's a totally self-indulgent recap. First stop was Calgary, Alberta, Canada to visit the set of Wynonna Earp. Don't worry, no one likes me enough to just invite me to set, I was the highest bidder in a … Continue reading Traveling Earper : 2018
Cannonball: Written and Directed by Katherine Barrell Video link: Cannonball Transcript Marley: [Gasps] [music] Marley: Ian. Ian: Happy Birthday. Marley: Is it? Ian: You didn't really think I'd miss it, did ya? Marley: I feel sick. Ian: Marley. Marley: I can't do this. I can't do this, not yet. Ian: Yes, you can. You're alright, … Continue reading Cannonball by Katherine Barrell
ISFJ - THE DEFENDER. "If I Can Protect You, I Will" I've only ever really wanted to be one thing, a superhero. I was obsessed. I wanted to be a Power Ranger so I could protect people and beat-up bad guys. I wanted to fight. There's plenty to psychoanalyze there - abused kid, broken home, … Continue reading The Fighter.
The first step is usually the same, “set a goal”, so it's no wonder I don't move forward. For years I've just been flailing without anything to work toward, without a real reason to get out of bed. Y'all know I have all sorts of issues that cause me to be tired as hell all … Continue reading Life Update: Goals, a diagnosis, and motivation.