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i’ve listened to so much u2 today.
i’ve been brainstorming my webshow some more and thought about a big brother/real world type show but a. i don’t know if enough of the people i know can improvise funny shit on that premise and b. i don’t know if i’m funny enough to completely script a season of that show. still haven’t ruled out the idea of a different mockumentary (ugh) every episode but i’d need a shitton of ideas for that. also: money.
spent a little time planning supernothing. or at least characters. i don’t know how much of a true narrative through-line i want to have. i kinda like the idea of just introducing a new set of characters every installment that only get a single scene but that’s a little too…anti-literature? is that a thing? also sustainability on that premise would be a borch and a half. on the other hand: narratives are hard.
Where do you draw the line between a queer headcanon and a queer reading in the critical sense? Is it just a rhetorical difference between how fans talk and how academics talk (not that we aren't the same people half the time), or is there more?
It’s less an academic/fan line for me—that’s a boundary I chafe at regardless—than a text/imagination one. To me—with the caveat that I am pretty fucking nutty about compartmentalization and semantics, to a point that includes generating a lot of unnecessary boundaries and dichotomies—the former is primarily about personal extensions of / tangents from text; and the latter, demonstrable textual coding (with the understanding that that, too, is hella subjective), deliberate or otherwise.
Does that make sense?
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