Fandoms of all kinds have their unique languages, catchphrases, quotes, exclamations, and magic words. How many can you identify?
As we get settled into the routine of the new year, here are some motivating quotes from the 1920s on life, laughter, and never giving up.
The geeky universe is ever-expanding and with it is a whole new batch of quotes about love tailor made for your valentine.
This week, in my continuing quest to bring you more and deeper thoughts about ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ than you ever wanted to know, I want to discuss the Mrs Ws: Mrs Whatsit, Mrs Who, and Mrs Which, but most especially Mrs Who.
Reading Time: 5 minutesWe are right on top of the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, so it is the perfect time to reflect on all of the awesome Star Wars content we have right now before we get our next fix. I recently re-watched Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The number of […]
#ScienceAMovieQuote is trending on Twitter, and smartly hilarious!
Express your geeky love and friendship this Valentine’s Day with the ones who are “your density.”
Need an extra boost of confidence to face your nemesis? Here are some of my favorite ego-boosting, up-to-no-good, rebel-without-a-cause quotes to motivate you!
If you don’t know how to fill in the rest of that quote, shame on you. Yes, I’m being horribly judgmental but I am an avowed Star Wars fan and that quote is one of the biggies. It’s right up there with “Use the Force, Luke!” and “I’ve got a very bad feeling about this.” […]
GeekMom Elizabeth highlights 10 geeky artists and businesses for people missing exhibitor halls and artist alleys.
There is nothing I like more than a beautifully illustrated artist biography, that combines data about the real life of a painter with lush imagery; explaining succinctly how they lived and how much they loved their work. I find them truly inspirational. Fearless World Traveler. Adventures of Marianne North by Laurie Lawlor (Author) Illustrator: Becca […]
In this month’s Between the Bookends, Sophie and Lisa review nine books covering a mixture of picture books, middle grade, YA, and adult.
It’s World Art Day. Here are some inspiring ways anyone can find art in their own world, and in themselves.
Celebrate your library with a week full of books, movies, games, and bookmarks. It’s National Library Week and they deserve a lot of thanks!
More than one month into the year already but my rereading Discworld project is finally up and running. I’ve read and reviewed one Discworld novel! Of course, as I write, I’ve only read a Discworld novel. The review will come with time. At least I hope it does, otherwise, you won’t ever read this sentence, and […]
We do love to be entertained. This is certainly a universal human trait, but it definitely holds true throughout the geek communities. Be it the fresh smell of paper, the rattle of a projector, or sweet musical notes, we have enough suggestions this year to fill two guides. Read on for our picks. Images: Chronicle […]
I’ve spent the last few weeks working my way through six of the latest fandom-inspired cookbook options from Insight Editions.
Learn about 25 influential women of the 20th century art and design world in this new book.
Ready for a new adventure? Join Geekmom Sarah in discovering the land of Skree and the Igiby family in the re-issued Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson. Here there be dragons, something wicked, and far, far away lands.
Now that school is out, my kids and I have gotten caught up on a few movies that we missed from last summer and this spring, which also meant that I could finally peek into some of these art books. I always try to avoid reading them until after I’ve seen the movie because some […]