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Monday, September 5th, 2011 08:42 pm
I'll be on Allaine's online radio show, Femslash 4 Fans, talking about Harry Potter and femslash in particular on Tuesday, September 6th, at 9 pm Central Time. Here's the official information on it. Hope you tune in!

Looking Back Sans Time-Turner - Harry Potter Femslash

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allaine/2011/09/07/looking-back-sans-time-turner--harry-potter-femslash

In tonight's episode we will not be looking at a specific author or discussing a certain body of fanfic work. By now many of you have seen "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2", which marked the end of a series of seven novels and eight movies that we've followed for years and years. Now that it's over, it may be time to take a look back at the entire canonical and subtextual Harry Potter universe. I'll be joined by past guests HP fanfic writers Dreiser and D. Geheimnis, as well as first-timer and fellow author Demoka, and we'll discuss everything related to femslash and Harry Potter, from major female characters such as Hermione, Ginny, Luna, and Fleur, to what kind of subtext actually exists, to the persistent popularity of the darker, incestuous world of the Lestrange sisters.

The usual rules apply, though. Please tune in live, and you can join the chatroom if you have an account with BTR.com. Or call the toll-free number. Otherwise, download it starting Wednesday, September 7th.

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