I realized after finishing this that there was no real “geek” reference – except, of course, for Mo. I like to think of Riot Nrrd as DTWOF’s nerdy little sister – I’ve even got the hanging-out-in-a-bookstore thing going on. Eve’s bookstore is named Bluestockings Books, which I came up with before I found out there was a real one in New York. The Riot Nrrd cast, like me, lives in Massachusetts.
Anyway, sorry for people who are really invested in X-Men references or what have you. I’ve got a lot of good plans, and I’m sorry they come so slow. This week proved to me that I can not yet update more than once a week. But I’ll keep you posted as the semester wears on.
A vegan gluten-free ice cream recipe, by the way, is here.
↓ TranscriptWREN: Eve!
WREN:Sam and Maria and I are going to start our own comics with these really badass heroines. If we make a zine, could we sell it here?
EVE: Of course you can, Wren. You could even use the photocopy machine in the back room, if you chip in for ink and paper once in a while.
EVE: No problem. I love to help my fellow zinesters.
WREN: You make zines?
EVE: Sure, me and some gal-friends got into all sorts of DIY projects a few years back.
EVE: In fact I think I still have a copy of it back here...
EVE: Yup, here she is!
WREN: Wow, Eve, this is so cool... a list of lesbian-owned coffee shops on the East Coast... a review of Tracy Chapman's first album... a recipe for vegan gluten-free ice cream... and...
MARIA: Ooo, neat!
WREN: Is this artistic rendering of YOUR vagina?
EVE: Huh. Could be. Looks familiar. Maybe it's Nadia's... I just hope it's not Hazel's. She ended up working on the Scott Brown campaign.