Wonderful World of Whedon

Later today I'm going to write about how I first discovered the works of Joss Whedon and what they've meant to me over the past eventful 15 years of my life.  But for now, I just wanted to point out that the fine folks at Pop Matters are running a spotlight on Mr. Whedon which will feature a new essay every day for over a month.

You can find all that Whedon goodness here.

And because I'm not entirely a saint, I should point out that I contributed two essays to the cause.  My first, on everyone's favorite second fiddle, Xander, was posted today.  My second is about casual sex, so be sure to keep an eye out for that one in the next few weeks.

I don't know any of my fellow contributors personally, but the essays I've read so far have been great, and the titles for those coming down the pipe suggest they will all be of the same high quality.  I'm thrilled to be a part of it and extremely grateful to Robert Moore at Pop Matters for putting it all together.  I guess there's even talk of a book of some sort...