It’s hard to believe it, but 2017 has already rolled the calendar to March! Whether or not the new month has come in like a lion or a lamb in your current locale, there is one constant when it comes to the third month of the year: it’s National Women’s History Month. If you’d like to learn more about NWHM, or see what other interesting and intriguing newsy tidbits you might have missed this week, please keep reading!
On Saturday, January 21, 2017, over 2.9 million people participated in the Women’s March worldwide. 6 writers for Daily Geekette were present in four different cities on the east coast. From pussycat hats and speeches to feminist icons and nerdy protest signs, read about our different Women’s March experiences.
George R.R. Martin had some sad news for Game of Thrones fans on his blog this weekend: “The Winds of Winter is not finished.” Confessing to be just as disappointed as his fans, Martin predicts that he is still months away from completing the novel. Of course, many fans were in an uproar over the announcement, while others, including geeky favorites Neil Gaiman and Felicia Day came to Martin’s defense. Continue reading Waiting (Patiently) for Winter: DG’s Reaction to George R.R. Martin’s Latest Announcement
Welcome back to Simulcast Corner. This week, we’re gonna cover some of the crazy cool news that’s come out over the past few days in the Anime world. From new releases to ridiculous drama, there is tons to go over. Is your wallet and fandom heart ready? Because mine never seems to be.
Author Maggie Stiefvater (known for the Shiver trilogy and the Raven Cycle) announced on facebook and twitter yesterday that her non-series YA novel, The Scorpio Races, will be adapted for film by Focus Features. Continue reading Stiefvater’s Scorpio Races Movie is in the Works!
This week’s Theater Thursday is full of news – lots, and lots of news! We have some openings, some closings, and everything in between. Here is a quick round up of the greatest and saddest of what the Great White Way (and beyond!) has announced.