Deconstruction Roundup for January 2, 2015

(by the Slacktiverse and others; collected by Silver Adept, who greets everyone with tidings of a new Gregorian year.)

The point of these posts is threefold:

  1. To let people stay up to date on ongoing deconstructions. (All ones on our list, including finished and stalled ones, here.)
  2. To let people who can’t comment elsewhere have a place to comment.
  3. To let people comment in a place where people who can’t read Disqus can see what they have to say.

Ana Mardoll: Ana Mardoll’s Ramblings

  • Still slowly coming back because of bridge-dwellers

Fred Clark: Slacktivist

Froborr: My Little Po-Mo

Philip Sandifer: Philip Sandifer: Writer (formerly TARDIS Eruditorum: A Psychochronography in Blue)

RubyTea: Heathen Critique

Multiple Deconstructions:

Vaka Rangi: Vaka Rangi

Silver Adept: Here on The Slacktiverse


One thought on “Deconstruction Roundup for January 2, 2015

  1. Only Some Stardust January 7, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    I wrote Harry Potter: The Order of the Pheonix and the Myth of the Resistance here, which talks about how the Order may not have been very effective during the First Wizarding War (certainly they got a lot of their members killed) or even outright cult-like and incompetent:

    Particularly it views it in vein of Guerilla Warfare and the old ‘tiny rebel group saves the day’ myth.

    Which will probably be one of my last ones, though I will write one up on that goofy ‘Love Potion made Voldemort Psychopathic’ idea. The Potter verse has been poked at a lot by more knowledgeable fans than myself, so I don’t want to retread old ground.

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