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Natalie was once described as an editor, writer, and reader implicitly tangled
through the process of publication, reinventing and redefining what they embody. You can
get to know her better by sending her a few of her favourite things—pictures of hedgehogs,
knitting patterns, and fan mail—via neh_@live.com

Posts contributed to by Natalie Harman

I Used To Love Her, But Now I Love “HER”

Writing by Natalie Harman // Photograph by Nunzia Lollo // I’m fortunate enough to have a wide support network of family and friends who love me even more so for my sexual orientation. The terrain outside this safe space, however, has proven to be much more rugged.

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Who are you?: Regeneration, Gender, and Doctor Who

Writing by Natalie Harman //  Gender was never addressed as another point of variation during regeneration in the classic series of Doctor Who. Off-screen was another matter. In 1980, after announcing he was giving up his role as the Fourth Doctor, Tom Baker added: “I wish my successor, whoever he or she might be, the best of luck.”

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