Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Just got back from BONNAROO. As I'm sure you can tell from the caps, Bonnaroo was too short, too hot, too muddy, too expensive, too crowded, too damn dirty, and the most exhilarating/relaxing weekend/vacation I've had in a long time. In an effort to contain my excitement, I'm going to post a whole lot about Bonnaroo that doesn't have a whole lot to do with Feminism and Things today, and then never mention it again.
I am now Officially Freelancing, so expect to see a lot of posts coming up. The site will probably undergo a makeover relatively soon, and I am going to work on focusing my content. I think that you can expect to see a lot of feminism and literature (by my very broad definition) in this space. Lots of new comments and visitors in my absence - very exciting.
I've previously promised a lot of posts - life is an apology to be made at a later date. I can say that I will have that Womanist Musings review up soon, along with some assorted commentary and perhaps a recipe. I know I will no longer be reviewing No Doubt, but I can direct you to an excellent review by Casey over at Pop Punk Junkie (check that blog out if you're into modern pop-rock. She's a college friend and a fantastic and passionate writer).
Here are posts you can expect to see on Bonnaroo:
My top five shows (and three I'm mad I missed)
Three things I did wrong (and two I did right)
Six positive and problematic aspects of Bonnaroo