Publications

Ms. Stuller has contributed to a variety of publications, from acclaimed blogs to local, national, and international periodicals such as BBC, Bitch Media, and Geek Monthly. Subject matter ranges from architecture & design to feminist issues, corporate profiles and lifestyle trends, to travel, real estate, history, popular culture, and geek culture.

Some samples are provided below.

BITCH MEDIA – 20 YEARS OF BUFFY: LOVE LETTERS TO THE VAMPIRE SLAYER THE JOY OF FEMALE POWER

In honor of the 20th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bitch is featuring three writers offering their perspective on how Buffy impacted their feminism and perspectives.  It’s our tribute to the show that taught a generation to slay the monsters, embrace their … Continue reading

Bitch Media – MAKING A BETTER, SMARTER “STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER” by Jennifer K. Stuller

MAKING A BETTER, SMARTER “STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER”by Jennifer K. Stuller

BBC News – International Women’s Day: Why women can thrive in sci-fi

International Women’s Day: Why women can thrive in sci-fi, 8 March 2016 “Perhaps more so than other genres, including fantasy, spy-fi, and superhero, science fiction provides unique space for provocative and revolutionary considerations of gender, bodies, power, reproduction, community, and heroism.”

Bitch Media: Geektivists, Geek Girls, and Gaymers

A three part blog series on how geektivists, geek girls, and gamers are making interventions in geek culture. Geektivists: A New Hope The History of Women in Geek Culture Should Not Be Overlooked Three LGBT Gamers Talk About Queering Geek … Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – Feature – Issue 65 | Winter 2015

“Leveling Up: Geek Woman Are Connecting Like Never Before” 

Bitch Media – Geek Culture: A New Hope

It’s time for people who are grasping onto their privilege like the One Ring to understand the fact that geek culture is evolving for the better. Geektivists, Geek Girls, and Gay/mers are making the personal political, using their powers of … Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – Adventures in Feministory: Ms. Mary Wilson, Supreme Lady

An evening with Mary Wilson of the Supremes, at the Seattle EMP Museum’s opening of Reflections: The Mary Wilson Legacy Collection. Continue reading

Bitch Magazine (Podcast) – Read My Bitch: Jennifer K. Stuller Reads “The Buffy Effect”

Stuller revisits Rachel Fudge’s article “The Buffy Effect: or, a Tale of Cleavage and Marketing,” which was published in 1999, after the second season of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – The Noir Issue

Darkness is defined in this Lexicon of Noir in which, Ms. Stuller contributed entries for Ms. Tree and Honey West. Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – The Old Issue

A book review of The Essential Wonder Woman Encyclopedia – The Ultimate Guide to the Amazon Princess, by Phil Jimenez and John Wells. Sure to win a contest of bullets and bracelets! Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – The Consumed Issue

A celebration of Sex-ed, Boggle, and Ren-fair feminism, a Femme Farewell to King of the Hill’s strongest Texan, Peggy Hill. Ho yeah! Continue reading

Bitch Magazine – Grrrl on Film

Ms. Stuller is proud to have been asked to be a guest film blogger for Bitch Magazine, bringing a snarky perspective to the feminist potential of cinema. Continue reading

Geek Monthly – Jim Henson’s Fantastic World: A Retrospective

The most sensational, inspirational, celebrational, Muppetational Jim Henson exhibition is touring the country. Jennifer K. Stuller reports on its stop in Seattle. Continue reading

Geek Monthly – Operation: You Only Live Twice

In the centenary of Ian Fleming’s birth, a geek couple lives it up Bond-style in Tokyo and London. They document their adventures so that you, too, can follow in the footsteps of 007. Continue reading

Washington CEO – Sipping Serenity

Relaxing with Scotch and cigars in Seattle and beyond. Continue reading

California CEO – The Presidio: A New Hope

Lucasfilm’s Letterman Digital Arts Center was built to incorporate modern-day technology and conveniences without compromising the rich history of the Presidio. Continue reading