Sunday , November 19 2017
Home / Celina Summers

Celina Summers

Celina Summers is a speculative fiction author who mashes all kinds of genres into one giant fantasy amalgamation. Her first fantasy series, The Asphodel Cycle, was honored with multiple awards–including top ten finishes for all four books in the P&E Readers’ Poll, multiple review site awards, as well as a prestigious Golden Rose nomination. Celina also writes contemporary literary fantasy under the pseudonym CA Chevault. Celina has worked as an editor for over a decade, including managing editor at two publishing houses. Celina blogs about publishing, sports, and politics regularly. A well-known caller on the Paul Finebaum Show and passionate football fan, when Celina takes times off it’s usually on Saturdays in the fall. You can read her personal blog at www.kaantira.blogspot.com and her website is at www.cachevault.org

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Why Doesn’t The NCAA Do Something About Baylor?

The terrible truth is that the NCAA feels no reason to punish or censure Baylor University, its administration, athletic department, and football program for also placing athletes' criminal behavior and coaches’ obstruction of justice above the law.

Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crime – Fan Edition

This epitomizes what a "rape culture" is: sloughing off of the real issues, blaming the victim, contemptuous laughter about the victim's situation. Art Briles's reaction to the atmosphere he himself had created in the Baylor football program is as much a rape of the victims as the actual assault was. And we the fans bear as much responsibility as anyone.

Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crimes – Emergency Edition

The Oklahoma football program made Joe Mixon, who was an 18-year-old incoming freshman at the time, sit out for a season. You know – they redshirted him. That was the punishment the coaches and administrators at OU thought appropriate for a five-star, superbly conditioned, top-tier athlete whose response to a skinny little girl was to punch her so violently that bones in her face shattered.

Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crimes Part 2

it has become patently obvious that at Baylor, the safety of all its students was never the priority. The safety of those who played on Saturdays in McLane Stadium was the priority and the focus of the "culture" at Baylor University, and everyone bought into it.

Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crimes Edition, Part 1

Army and Navy represent everything good about college football, and that's why their annual post-season game is such a pleasure to watch. But 2016 hasn't been a big year for the good side of NCAA athletics. Let's talk about Baylor.

Read More »