The Quill Behind the Screen

Natacha Guyot is a French author, scholar and public speaker. She is passionate about Science Fiction, Transmedia, Gender Studies, Children Media and Fan Studies.

She holds two Master’s degrees: Film and Media Studies (Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Digital Culture and Technology (King’s College London). Since 2012, she has been published in several countries and was a guest speaker at academic conferences and university lectures in both Europe and North America.

Her released titles include A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars (New Revised Edition), Feminist Bloggers: The 2014 Collection (editor), Clairvoyance Chronicles Volume One and La CitΓ© de Sharianth.

Besides her nonfiction and research work, she also writes Science Fiction and Fantasy stories.

She considers herself a feminist, Science Fiction and Fantasy nerd, fangirl, book worm, vidder, gamer and cat lover.

You can find more about her projects on the Publications and Appearances pages.


Β What will you find on this blog?

  • Discussions: Science Fiction, Feminism, Diversity, Children Media, Online Communities, Transmedia.
  • Reviews: Books, Movies, TV shows, video games.
  • Status Reports: Bits and pieces about her works in progress.

A Penny for Your Thoughts

You can find a complete list of the other online places where you can find Natacha, as well as how to reach out to her on the Contact page.

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Β Comment Policy

Discussion and open communication are important on this blog. I support exchanges that remain courteous, constructive and respectful. No bullying or prejudiced comments will be tolerated.

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