I keep talking about music, in life and in this blog, because it’s what’s on my mind. I podcast about music, listen to as much music as I can (for the podcast and because I feel like I have 20 years’ worth to catch up on) and I love the fact that I’m practicing my […]Read More Representation & My Search For the 13th Doctor of Bass Players
I’ve been thinking a lot about writing recently. Possibly it’s because of NaNaWriMo, maybe because my coworkers have been asking how my novel has been coming along. They’re excited about it. I’m too ashamed to tell them that I haven’t looked at it in 3 months, even though I think about the main character, Sydney, […]Read More Writing & Not Feeling Qualified
There’s been a lot of talk lately (and rightly so) about feminism, fandom and the lack of “strong” (3-dimensional, interesting, complex, REAL) female characters in mainstream media. The above quote has been going around for a long, long time and I encourage you to find similar quotes from female writers. I just adore that quote, […]Read More Let’s Talk about Strong Female Characters: My Top 10 Kickass Ladies
I feel like an imposter or a fraud. Not quite. More like I feel like a fraud for calling myself a fangirl. A fake fangirl if you will. Let me explain. When I wrote “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Being a Fangirl” it felt very important to me to reach out into the […]Read More Feeling Fake Fangirl Feels.
We interrupt your regularly scheduled Kat in the Hall to bring you something different and far closer to home. The Kids in the Hall came to Edmonton, Alberta (May 19, 2015) to play in the Northern Jubilee Auditorium. I would have loved to have more pictures of the sketches especially with how close I was […]Read More Kat in the Hall: Kids in the Hall LIVE!
Hi, I’m Katrina and I’m a fangirl. That’s a loaded word isn’t it? Fangirl. I’m here to make the statement that more of us fangirl than we realize and more of us should fangirl than currently do. Don’t worry, it’s not an illness and even if it were we wouldn’t want to cure it.Read More How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Being a Fangirl