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Adventures Elsewhere collects our reviews, guest posts, articles, and other content we've spread across the Internet (sort of) recently in March! See what we've been up in our other projects. :D


➝ Bookishly, I reviewed My Life in France, Throne of Glass, Funny Girl, Party Monster, and The Scorpion Rules.

➝ Cinematically, I reviewed The Price of Gold, Leap Year, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Can’t Hardly Wait.


➝ One of the highlights of my fandom calendar is FogCon, a SF Bay Area literature-focused con that happens in March. I sat on two panels and attended many more, and wrote up my experiences: Day One, Day Two, Day Three

Thoughts on Daredevil, Season 2 (includes spoilers).

Checking in on my attempt at the Bradford Challenge.

➝ I posted one story in March: "Landlubbers", for Wintersend (a lady-centric Dragon Age fanwork exchange). Isabela/f!Hawke/Merrill, romance and shenanigans on the high seas.


Ana and I continued our podcast adventures at Fangirl Happy Hour!

➝ One of my columns went live at Strange Horizons: I Hope You Bring Tissues. I owe my editor, Rebecca Cross, tons for helping me out with the focus on this one. Thanks, Rebecca! :D


➝ I legitimately don't remember March, but apparently I wrote a couple of things!
  1. Brain-to-Mouth Filter "What do you think?" Jensen asked. "Shirt? No shirt? Which one looks less 'Just hiked through a jungle' chic? Or less 'themed stripper'?" (The Losers, 1,263 words)

  2. Well, It's Definitely Grotesque The distinction between gargoyles and grotesques is more important than you'd think. (Uncharted, 100 words)
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