Howl is a man, a wizard, and an actual sex icon. He's also entirely fictitious. First represented on screen in Studio Ghibli's 2005 animated film Howl's Moving Castle, Howl is a handsome, but incorrigibly vain, wizard.
in which I talk (briefly) about how The Doctor, Amy, and Rory, are my ultimate comforts; Scott shares the wonder that is Joe Pera Talks with You; and Kati recommends the ultimate comfort books.
in which Sydney explores the cool girl of the mid-2010s, Rebecca celebrates Rosamund Pike's greatness, and Kati recommends books perfect for any Rosamund Pike fan
in which Sydney explains why winter is so isolating, Rebecca sings the praises of SnowPiercer (the TV show), and Kati recommends the five coldest books she’s ever read.
in which Sydney gets at the heart of wintery Gothic stories, Rebecca dives into the lives of women in Gothic stories, and Kati recommends one of the best books to be published in the past couple of years
in which Sydney tackles the complicated moral culture of The Hallmark Channel and Kati recommends a not-so-Hallmarkian wlw love story, which plays against the formulaic tropes
You didn’t miss last week’s issue—it was never released. I was sick and/or out-of-town for the past two weeks and am still recovering/catching-up. That said, Screen Break writer Kati wrote something really wonderful for last week’s issue and I want to share it with