Bio

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. Low Stakes Detective, most recent cases: The Mystery of The Missing Lipstick, Where Does Time Go, and What Is My Sexuality, Anyway? 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 or non-fiction, please check out my Works Published tab. You can also find my Radiohead Pairing playlist there, if you’re looking for background music or general ambiance.

If you’re strictly here for wordy pop culture reviews, check out my Index of Movie Reviews and/or my Index of TV Reviews. Note: Triple Scoop Reviews are graded as follows: Chocolate, as the best flavor, is given to 1st Place. Vanilla, as the mediocre flavor, is given to 2nd Place, and strawberry, as the yuck flavor, is given to 3rd Place. I will not be taking questions at this time.

If you’re trying to reach me, please go the Contact tab and fill out the form. I will get back to you! You can also find me on Twitter or Instagram.

17 thoughts on “Bio

  1. 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!

  2. 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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