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Tea & Fiction is a literary, culture, and feminist blog. Our goal is to give fellow writers space to write and a platform to promote their work. We are equal opportunity geeks with an appreciation of all genres and forms of creativity and entertainment.

Meaning Mary’s rejection of magic is her knowing that if she wanted to have magic, real magic.  The flower is not how to...
04/12/2018
Tea & Review: Mary and the Witch's Flower — Tea & Fiction

Meaning Mary’s rejection of magic is her knowing that if she wanted to have magic, real magic. The flower is not how to get it. Plus she is pretty awesome without them. Mary became the hero not because of magic rather it is because of her own character.

The first time I saw a trailer for Mary and the Witch’s Flower. I thought Huh! I didn’t know the Ghibli had a new film, then when I saw it was a Studio Ponoc film I thought Wow that animation is really similar. And after a little research, there is a reason why to the similarity.

As we gear up to re-launch Tea & Fiction, check out our oldie but goodie from our Halloween collection.
10/31/2017
My First Apartment, My First Ghost — Tea & Fiction

As we gear up to re-launch Tea & Fiction, check out our oldie but goodie from our Halloween collection.

I was so excited to finally have my own place. Well, not my ‘own, own’ place. I shared it with two other people. But it was exciting nonetheless. There are many things you come to expect when you trek out on your own into the world: bills, weird roommate situations, and really noisy neighbors. Howev...

Demon Part 10 — Tea & Fiction
05/09/2017
Demon Part 10 — Tea & Fiction

Demon Part 10 — Tea & Fiction

Previous It is mid-morning and the sun is a pale gentle light, as the warmth of the sun blushes on the skin. Oria walks beside Kallan. Her scales already gaining back its color. Compared to the muted gray they were turning, worrying about Kallan. In the distance, she sees Laolao is already sitting o...

Tea & Review: Harlots - Episode 4 — Tea & Fiction
05/03/2017
Tea & Review: Harlots - Episode 4 — Tea & Fiction

Tea & Review: Harlots - Episode 4 — Tea & Fiction

Lucy's (Eloise Smyth) naiveté lingers in episode 4. Despite a customer leaving her bed agitated and dissatisfied, she still asks Margaret (Samantha Morton).

I never watched an episode of The X-Files when it originally aired. I did watch every last episode of the short-lived Al...
05/01/2017
The Truth Is In Here: The X-Files Revisited - Season 1: Pilot — Tea & Fiction

I never watched an episode of The X-Files when it originally aired. I did watch every last episode of the short-lived Alien Nation, which only recently I realized was entitled such because aliens who had landed on Earth were being alienated by humans as they all tried to co-exist.

I never watched an episode of The X-Files when it originally aired. I did watch every last episode of the short-lived Alien Nation, which only recently.

As the sound leaves and the camera holds on  Amrita, it is clear how isolated and alone she is in this moment.
04/28/2017
Tea & Review: A Suitable Girl — Tea & Fiction

As the sound leaves and the camera holds on Amrita, it is clear how isolated and alone she is in this moment.

It is in these finals moments of the scene that the music melt away and we are left inside the raw, void of the bride's sadness. It is incredibly sobering.

In truth, Ravi has nothing to do with anything. Which is why Peyton states the obvious: “Your opinion on this matter is ...
04/28/2017
Tea & Review: iZombie- Eat, Pray, Live — Tea & Fiction

In truth, Ravi has nothing to do with anything. Which is why Peyton states the obvious: “Your opinion on this matter is irrelevant.”
Upon hearing her words, I felt a surge of satisfaction. Finally!

After watching "Eat, Pray, Liv," I think a part of me would actually be totally okay if Ravi (Rahul Kohli) and Peyton (Aly Michalka) end up going their.

The result of Margaret’s grooming is a young harlot with an over-inflated ego and a naive understanding of what it means...
04/28/2017
Tea & Review: Harlots – Episode 3 — Tea & Fiction

The result of Margaret’s grooming is a young harlot with an over-inflated ego and a naive understanding of what it means to be in the business. Sex work is indeed working. It requires strategy, technique, presentation, sales, marketing, and maneuvering.

Harlots - Episode 3 - In episode one, the second bidder for Lucy's (Eloise Smyth) virginity was, of course, Lord Repton (Tim McInnerny). In episode three.

Aside: Of course, the feminist voice in my head whispers the question, “why do we find men playing women funnier than th...
04/21/2017
Tea & Review: iZOMBIE – Zombie Knows Best — Tea & Fiction

Aside: Of course, the feminist voice in my head whispers the question, “why do we find men playing women funnier than the reverse of women playing men? Is it that we believe women are sillier by nature, and therefore ripe for the mocking?”

iZOMBIE – Zombie Knows Best The first thing any sane person could think after watching iZombie this week is that Robert Buckley as Major Lilywhite.

In the premiere of Season Three, the glamorous parolee and competitive bridge player Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winste...
04/21/2017
Tea & Review: Fargo - The Law of Vacant Places — Tea & Fiction

In the premiere of Season Three, the glamorous parolee and competitive bridge player Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) explains to her boyfriend/PO Ray Stussy (Ewan McGregor) that their placing third in local bridge tournament was the result of either fate… or luck.

We review the season premiere of Fargo, which introduces a whole new cast of characters and an insane crime story.

'Girls' in the Friendzone — Tea & Fiction
04/18/2017
'Girls' in the Friendzone — Tea & Fiction

'Girls' in the Friendzone — Tea & Fiction

By the time GIRLS came around in 2012, I was intrigued. I was drawn in under the assumption that this was a "realistic" version of what I had missed in Sex.

Season Three picks up—after a brief prologue—right where last season left off. Evie Murphy (Jasmin Savoy Brown), Meg Abb...
04/17/2017
Tea & Review: The Leftovers - The Book of Kevin — Tea & Fiction

Season Three picks up—after a brief prologue—right where last season left off. Evie Murphy (Jasmin Savoy Brown), Meg Abbott (Liv Tyler), and the rest of the radical GR members camped outside Jarden, Texas, are waiting for what comes next.

The Leftovers Season Three premiere focuses on family divisions and blind faith, as we begin reviewing the final episodes of the HBO series.

Virago: Part the Tenth — Expiration | Tea & Fiction
04/17/2017
Virago: Part the Tenth — Expiration | Tea & Fiction

Virago: Part the Tenth — Expiration | Tea & Fiction

First chapter: Fire & Rain Previous chapter: Dreams “We are all monsters. It is the ones who deny that who end up being the most monstrous of us all.” Kelsey couldn’t remember where she had heard this quote, but she liked it. She had come to terms with the fact that she was strange a long time ago.…

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