My essay collection about feminism and mythological monsters is out! It's a combination of personal writing and cultural analysis, looking at how myths about monstrous women still influence us and how we can reclaim those images. Of specific interest to Metafilter: it includes a chapter expanded from the essay linked in this FPP, and some discussion of the emotional labor thread including a few quotes from Mefites. (Also mentioned the emotional labor thread on this week's Longform Podcast.)
This is definitely not for everybody. A new mythology, based on the Judeo-Christian one, is on the front of it a sky level view that is hyperlinked to articles deeper in the site. After writing two books about my experiences, I began this as a blog with supplemental info, but it is now a work in its own right. Like I said, not for everyone, but if it's for you, I think you'll find it fascinating to explore.
The Long Yuletide War is a series of short stories I'm working on about the hidden history of that mysterious figure known as Santa Claus and his dark alpine shadow Krampus. [more inside]