It’s here! It’s here! Sex and the City 2! Dollhouse! Rollerball! Other surprises! Foreword by (the real) Frank Smith! Enjoy.
Friends, I have a humble request: If Liz Tells Frank has ever gotten you through a conversation about Zardoz…
If a Skip It/Watch It Guide kept you from watching that episode of Buffy where a demon infects the Internet…
If Liz Tells Frank has ever made you laugh or ever made you think — then please, consider downloading this compilation of (copy-edited!) classic and new entries, now available on Kindle.
But more importantly: Please tell friends or family or Internet strangers that this thing exists, and they might like it? It’s just $2.99 right now (because I’m hoping to break even on the copy-editing), and it is very much a labor of love, written entirely for the enjoyment of all who don’t mind swears.
(Well, when it’s Sex and the City 2, it’s a labor of hate. But hopefully it’s funny hate. Hopefully.)
Anyways, spread the word if you have a sec — and thanks.
You should all buy this amazing book. It will change your life, change your sheets, give you change for the vending machine, and give you vend for the changing machine.
TV on the Internet: The LBD: Lizzie & George
In the 49th episode of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Lizzie tries to convince everyone that she isn’t paranoid, effectively convincing everyone who hasn’t read the book that she is, like, totally paranoid. She thinks that Darcy is behind the Bing-leaving-town incident (oh, Lizzie), and she is wary…
a bright wall in a dark room.: Galaxy Quest (1999)
YOU SHALL BE AVENGED.
by Liz Shannon Miller
One of the pre-eminent scholars of how technology and media overlap in today’s society is a fellow named Henry Jenkins, who has been analyzing the effects of social media on pop culture before we even had a term for social media.
All the sense.
On the front page right now of RIDES.TV – it’s a sneak peek at my animated steampunk show AIRSHIP DRACULA.