Donnia Harrington



I’m a writer based in Portland, OR. I studied Film at Columbia College Chicago, lived abroad for a few months, then I got my MFA in Creative Writing at The New School. When I’m not writing, I’m reading Scandinavian crime novels, playing video games, or procrastinating. I’ve written about film for ComicBook Debate, Audiences Everywhere, soulhead, FlickSided, and Columbia College. My nonfiction work has been featured on Fleas on the Dog and Capulet Mag.


Distance | Capulet Mag, Issue VI

Seoul Searching | Fleas on the Dog, Issue Five

Unpacking Lois Lane’s Grief in Zack Snyder’s Justice League | ComicBook Debate

I Cannot Stop Thinking About Joker: Reflecting On How Society Failed Arthur Fleck | ComicBook Debate

The Women in Zack Snyder’s Films | ComicBook Debate

The Humanity of Alita: Battle Angel | ComicBook Debate

The Girl We Left Behind: David Fincher’s Incomplete Dragon Tattoo Trilogy | ComicBook Debate

A Love Letter To Sucker Punch | ComicBook Debate

Cyborg Isn’t Here For Your Comic Relief | ComicBook Debate

We Need To Talk About Lois Lane | ComicBook Debate

Wonder Woman Doesn’t Need Help With Advertising Because She’s Wonder Woman | Audiences Everywhere

An Interview with Zack Snyder | ComicBook Debate

Yellow Rose is an Unexpected but Needed Commentary on Immigration | soulhead

Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics Delivers an Emotional Reflection at Tribeca Film Festival | soulhead

Forgotten Greats of 2018: You Were Never Really Here and Leave No Trace | ComicBook Debate

Don’t Be Nice Has Good Intentions That Are Lost In The Shuffle | soulhead

United Skates Rides Deep Into The Underground | soulhead

Batman v Superman: When Critics Don’t Like Change | ComicBook Debate

Captain America: Civil War vs Marvel’s Civil War | ComicBook Debate