All About Me

Obligatory 3rd Person Bio/Random Facts about Carlie St. George

Writer. Pop culture nerd. Californian. Feminist. Cisgender. Silly hat enthusiast. Board game fan. 30-something. Avid-but-distracted reader. Failed detective of that whole sexuality thing. Clarion West 2012 graduate. Amateur poker player. Selfie apologist. Firm believer that any story can be improved by adding a murder mystery.  May or may not descend from a long line of St. Georges devoted to secretly protecting dragons from mankind. Lover of clothes and books and sugar. Sidekick-in-waiting. She/her.

Less Obligatory 1st Person Directory-of-Sorts

With that out of the way, welcome to My Geek Blasphemy! If you’re interested in my short fiction, non-fiction, or poetry, please check out my Works Published tab. If you’re strictly here for wordy pop culture reviews with a touch of digression and a pinch of snark, you’ll wanna check out my Index of Movie Reviews and/or my Index of TV Reviews. If you accidentally stumbled onto this blog and aren’t really sure what you’re still doing reading it, well, have a good day and have fun poking around!

15 Responses to All About Me

  1. Sean Harris says:

    You’re an amazing blogger. A tip of the hat to you Carlie:)

  2. Anna (The Yoni Maven) V.L. says:

    I love you. That is all.

  3. Michael says:

    How did I not know you had a movie blog? You’re amazing. Great stuff!

  4. joegunn28 says:

    How did you set up the index at the top?

  5. I find this blog amazing. I found it while searching a quote on Google. Thank you, dear lady!

  6. Mick says:

    Hey I just read your story on Lightspeed Magazine. It was great. Keep up the good work.

  7. I am doing a Short Story Review post on Campbell Award eligible writers. Unfortunately, I could not locate an email to send you the information. If you’d like to participate, please email me at bonnie.stufflebeam[at]gmail[dot]com. Thank you!

  8. Jeremy Yoder says:

    I just discovered your site and really enjoy your reviews and essays. One question…what is a failed “detective of that whole sexuality thing?” Is the sexuality thing still missing? Or did somebody murder it and you haven’t figured out who done it?

    • Huh. The case of the murdered sexuality. There is definitely a story in that.

      Here, though, I meant more that I like to consider my sexuality an unsolved mystery, since the conclusions I’ve made thus far are somedays at 100% and other days more like 75%, and generally aren’t something I’m comfortable discussing in detail. Also b/c thinking about Robert Stack discussing it as a cold case makes me smile. If I ever decided I’ve cracked the case, maybe I’ll update my bio accordingly. 🙂

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