I like to keep MLQ Manager Liz and Podcaster Liz separate, but Smythe managed to coax a few Argothoughts out of me anyway.
After a rewarding double season with the Skrewts and San Jose State, I am happy (and relieved, honestly) to retire from playing quidditch the way I wanted to go out: on a high note.
Help me explain it all, because I can’t do it by myself.
Someone has to be the Angry Feminist Killjoy of quidditch and I feel like that burden has fallen upon me. Well, so be it.
In this third episode of West Coast Bias, Coach Mom has some tough love for her team, Smythe thinks the tournament … More
It took us long enough, but we’re back with the second episode of West Coast Bias!
I didn’t write anything last night because I was chatting with my partner in podcast crime instead. Ryan Smythe and … More
The secret to keeping up a three post per week schedule is recycling the stuff you write for other outlets. … More
The crew over at Face Beat It seem to enjoy the sound of my voice and my takes on quidditch, so I got into the pool with them for their US Quidditch Cup 10 Pool Party.
I have a habit of being talked into joining facebeatit.com for a podcast on weeks when I’ve been slacking on … More