One Teacher in 10: LGBT Educators Tell Their Stories (2nd Edition)(Review)

A little while ago I read the third edition of One Teacher in 10; during that review, I lamented how the stories felt somehow “less.” The stories seemed more constructed and less authentic. Like the teachers were intentionally dramatizing their lives to make them more “screen-worthy.” Internally, I remarked to myself, “I bet the second…Read more »

One Teacher in Ten in the New Millennium: LGBT Educators Speak Out About What’s Gotten Better and What Hasn’t (Review)

I really didn’t want to but I relented and did– I bought an overpriced digital copy of editor Kevin Jennings’s third installment in the “One Teacher in 10” series. I knew that I should have bought it but I couldn’t resist. I wanted to read it ASAP and without waiting another whole academic year. So…Read more »

Reading for the Stars: Camelot 3000 and the Medievalism of Futures Past

The Arthurian legend has more adaptations than one can consume in a lifetime—literally. Between the thousands of videos, books, music, and art featuring the Arthurian mythos, whether it is a full-on utilization of the legend or merely a simply allusion—one must be selective in how these texts are consumed, otherwise, you will be left with…Read more »