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September Recap

A Galaxy of Possibilities (New Revised Edition)




Next Week on the Blog

Much of the upcoming week’s blogging content will be devoted to the New Revised Edition of A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars, which was released on Kindle on September 9.

Besides the official announcement and my interview at Comparative Geeks, I was also interviewed by Sacha Black.

I also have some great news about the book’s print version!

In the meantime, don’t forget that Ask the Digital Quill is open, if you have questions to ask.

Have a great weekend!

Photo Credit: Owen Walters.

Photo Credit: Owen Walters.

The New Revised Edition of A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars Is Now Available On Kindle

Today marks the Kindle release of the New Revised Edition of A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars.

It is available on all Amazon sites, including Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada. You can also find the book’s Goodreads page here.

The new table of contents is the following:

  • Introduction: Why Representation Matters and Why Star Wars has a Role to Play
  • Chapter 1: Star Wars Rebels: A New Text to Link the Old
  • Chapter 2 : Lando Calrissian : Iconic Scoundrel
  • Chapter 3: Star Wars’ Jedi Younglings: A Benevolent but Controversial Education System
  • Chapter 4: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II – A Milestone for Star Wars Female Characters
  • Chapter 5: Mara Jade: Pillar of the Star Wars Expanded Universe
  • Chapter 6 : Female Wizards: Jocasta Nu and Kreia
  • Chapter 7: Tenel Ka: Negotiating Acquired Disability
  • Chapter 8: Nala: The Missing Link between Disney Princesses and Leia Organa

On Monday, I was interviewed at Comparative Geeks and today a book release announcement was posting at The Story Reading Ape. Thank you to the blog owners for having me on their platform. There are more interviews and promotional posts to come in the upcoming two weeks, so stay tuned!

Cover designed by Jennifer A. Miller.

Cover designed by Jennifer A. Miller.

June Recap

Here are the highlights of this month’s blog content, in case you missed anything! Happy July!

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New Weekly Feature

Feminist Friday Discussion

Contributions to Other Blogs

Next Week on the Blog

June has been a  wonderful month for this blog and there is still more in store for the rest of the summer! See what is going to happen next week:

On Tuesday, Johnamarie Macias returns with the third and last installation of her series Connecting Through Star Wars.

On Wednesday and Thursday, Before Mako Came Yoko: Comparative Study of Pacific Rim and Yoko Tsuno, will be available for free on Kindle.

On Thursday, The Digital Quill Answers returns!

And if you missed it earlier this week, I wrote about Star Wars: The Old Republic on Comparative Geeks.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Photo Credit: Caspe Sparsoe.

Photo Credit: Caspe Sparsoe.

Next Week on the Blog

Background by Rose B. Fischer.

Background by Rose B. Fischer.

If you missed it this week, I wrote about Star Wars Rebels at Comparative Geeks. Next week is going to be filled with special posts and an event! On Tuesday, Rose B .Fischer returns with the third installment of her series Fangirls Just Wanna Have Fun (Discussing the lighter side of Fanfiction). From Wednesday to Sunday, Ask the Digital Quill will be the opportunity for you to ask me questions through several social media. On Friday, I will host the Feminist Friday discussion (we are back!) and will talk about my French perspective on sex education and birth control. Have a great weekend!

Recent Guest Posts

ID-10048468 - Book On Wooden Floor Stock Image - Kookkai_nakThis week has been another one where I have showed up here and there across the blogosphere! I am very happy to be able to contribute to so many interesting blogs. Thank you to all owners for inviting me to write for you!

Have a good weekend!