That wonderful word best describes these amazing people who have provided guest posts for Scoops Mental Propaganda. Check them all out on the various places on the interwebs where they reside.
Tess is a young lady who reads and reads and reads. And then she talks and talks and talks about what she has read. She can be reached on twitter @Tessathebox. By the way, she LOVES Harry Potter.
Sammi Sam is an Artist. The Universe is her Paintbrush. Fun and Joy is what she dances to Everyday. Come and Join her! She can be reached on twitter @StrawberryFinn and at the Adventures of Strawberry Finn.
My name is Sarah. I live in southern Ontario, Canada with my husband and son.
I have always been a voracious reader. I taught myself to read before I was four. By the time I entered kindergarten, I was reading short novels. I quickly progressed to full novels, and have never looked back.
My favourite genres are science fiction and fantasy, but I will read most anything. I have at one point or another read almost every genre possible. I have discovered that there are a few things that I do not like to read. I prefer not to read overly graphic erotic scenes, religious preaching, or a lot of profanity. Other than that, it’s an open canvas.
You can read Sarah’s talk about the Books from her Life.
Natalia is a graduate of Humber College’s TV Writing and Producing program and has recently written on the sketch comedy webseries THE GATE. She loves TV, movies, comics, and webseries – and aims to write for them all. Natalia lives in Toronto, Canada and on Twitter @Taliana83.
You can read Natalia’s ideas on the creative process.
Stacey Plowright holds a B.A.H. from Trent University and is a graduate of Ryerson’s Publishing Program. She currently volunteers as Communications and Publicity Manager for STC Toronto and freelances as a writer and editor. You can follow her blog at plowright.wordpress.com and find her on Twitter @plowright_s. Contact her directly at email@example.com.
You can read Stacey’s celebrating Christmas Carols.
Hello. This is my guest post and this is me. I am born in 1995, so my age changes every year. I enjoy novels and television and will be attending U of T in order to get my BA in literature and religious studies. You can see my blog, Rebeccah, here. And my twitter Rebeccahh95 here.
Mary is a walking encyclopedia of X-Men, avid cosplayer, and obsessive reader. She’s dreamed of living in the X-Mansion since she was eight years old, which is almost as long as she’s wanted to be a Sailor Scout. And Quicksilver is her Patronus. You can check out her cosplay at http://www.facebook.com/marymordrake and her fanfiction at http://archiveofourown.org/users/Harleydoll/works . Her instagram is @marymordrakecosplay and her Pinterest is Mary Mordrake.
You can read Mary’s take on what she thinks X-Men Days Of Future Past might mean. And you can read Mary’s take on the film X-Men Days of Future Past. She also wrote an analysis of Feminism in Avengers Age Of Ultron SPOILERS. And she met Mads Mikkelsen which she talks about here in My Date with a Cannibal: A Weekend with Hannibal Lector at Fan Expo. And because of her X-Obsession, she also wrote 616 Random Thoughts On What Might Be With X-Men Apocalypse!!!!!! Swinging back to Batman lore, she wrote I Started A Joke: Why Suicide Squad’s Joker wasn’t all that terrible.
Minhas Morgul is an artist and cosplayer from Toronto. She has been a part of the Tolkien fandom since she was 10 years old, and has taken on the odd task of knitting ties for the cast members of The Lord of the Rings.
You can read Minhas Morgul’s heartfelt look at fandom and life with Friendship, Lord Of The Rings, And Life…
Diane C Harder
Diane C Harder is a filmmaker who lives in Toronto, Canada. She got her B.A. from Columbia University and M.F.A. from Northwestern University. She can be reached at her website liliathandpenumbra.com and her twitter @DianeCHarder
You can read Diane’s essay Feminism Explained here.
And I have Guest Posted
on other blogs as well!
(And I was almost as Zippy as my Guests have been!!)