In this section: feature writing for Girls in Capes and other websites.
“No book can be all things for all people, and that’s okay.” I’m smack in the center of the Harry Potter generation — and realized in my mid-twenties that the series has done everything it can for me, and I need something more.
In my first piece of relationship writing (and my first personal essay in quite a while!), I discuss how I learned the process of dating by using Tinder only to cease to need the skills when I found someone pretty amazing.
- Dimple Shah is the YA Heroine I Needed at 16 – A personal essay on the importance of heroines like Dimple Shah from Sandhya Menon’s debut YA novel.
- 7 Awesome, Thought-Provoking Anime Series for New Viewers – A listicle filled with anime recommendations for those new to the genre who might think anime is all cutesy girls and tawdry jokes. This piece was published on The Portalist.
- Girls in Capes Recommends: Summer 2016 Adult SF/F Releases – A feature on upcoming book releases tailored to the needs of GiC readers. The piece highlights books by and about women as well as emphasizing new titles by award-winning authors and titles featuring diverse and multiracial casts.
A list of diverse media (television, books, anime) featuring action-packed space opera stories that would appeal to those who love the Star Wars franchise. This piece was originally published on The Portalist and reprinted at The Mary Sue.