So I pretty much love the Mortal Engines books; have since I was a kid. They are a sorta class-conscious, post-apocalyptic version of steampunk that you don’t see too often. Steampunk as a genre often gets too trapped in the ‘Steam’ to really pay attention to the ‘Punk’.
An Update, Public Libraries and thoughts on April Daniels Dreadnought: Nemesis. It’s been too long.
Sundays are for painting your nails while a movie plays in the background, you know they’ll start peeling in a few days but the action is therapeutic. Well, that and soaking up some delicious content, like a big sponge on an oil spill. Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper is never incoherent, too talented for that, but… Continue reading The Weekly Roundup 26/03/17
There is a link between participatory media and consent. Unless you’re in a Clockwork Orange type situation the audience always has the option of disengaging with a work of art. We can put down the book, walk out of the theatre, turn off the television. By making the active choice to continue engaging with a… Continue reading Looking at: The Handmaid’s Tale and Analogue: A Hate Story