About

Hi, I’m Christy Admiraal. I was born in Michigan and moved to New York a few years ago with my husband and our two cats. In addition to proofreading, writing, and editing for a Manhattan-based marketing agency, I write (and wrote) for some of my favorite places online, including Brooklyn Magazine, Vice, and the late great Toast.

The opinions expressed here — largely concerning pop culture and/or my life experiences with Billy Joel, comedy podcasts, and the setting of It Follows — are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of my employers.

Back Catalog

The Head Writer of ‘MST3K’ Talks About the Cult Classic’s Return (Vice, April 2017)

Mass Effect: Perfect Digital Romances (Women Write About Comics, March 2017)

The Innate Appeal of Freaking Yourself Out: Talking to Lisa Selin Davis about Hüsker Dü and Unlikeable Characters (Brooklyn Magazine, October 2016)

So Say We All: A Look at the Awesome Science of Battlestar Galactica (The Portalist, September 2016)

Suggestions for Billy Joel’s Madison Square Garden Residency in 2017 (co-written for The Awl, September 2016)

28 of the Other 45 Ways to Leave Your Lover (The Hairpin, August 2016)

Hillary Clinton Is the Hermione of Politics (The Mary Sue, August 2016)

BoJack Horseman’s Diane Is the Face of Situational Depression (The Mary Sue, July 2016)

What’s New, Pussycats? The Enduring Legacy of Josie and the Pussycats as Positive Female Representation (The Mary Sue, June 2016)

Why Maria Hill Should Be the One Heading Up SHIELD (The Mary Sue, May 2016)

Captain America: Civil War, Fandom, and the Viewing Experience (The Mary Sue, May 2016)

Femslash Friday: The Fall (The Toast, April 2016)

How To Tell If You Are In a Stephen King Novel (The Toast, November 2015)

Why Hawkeye Was the Hero I Needed (The Toast, August 2015)

How To Tell If You Are In a Goosebumps Book (The Toast, July 2015)

Femslash Friday: Young Avengers (The Toast, August 2014)

Femslash Friday: Agents of SHIELD (The Toast, July 2014)

Dental Implants, Lasers, and Making Good Decisions (The Toast, March 2014)

 

 

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