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TOP 5: Diverse #OwnVoices Fantasy

Thanks to everyone who commented on my last post! I was reminded in the comment section that diversity and representation in itself is wonderful, but it’s always important to boost the voices of people from those different communities. 950 more words

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New Zombie Six

Sorry this is late. I’ve been busy with work, locking down work, plus managing assorted real life obligations and commitments, but the next installment of the Mil-S-F piece ‘Zombie Six’ is up. 20 more words

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Reviews of Books by Women - Are There Enough?

Although there are many successful women authors in the science fiction genre today, it still feels, at times, as though it’s a genre very much dominated by men. 1,558 more words

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Weekly Wrap-Up! 11.21.2017

It was a slow reading (not so much for everything else) week last week, and it’s only in the last few days I’ve gotten some actual reading in. 849 more words

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Sleeps With Monsters: Helen S. Wright's A MATTER OF OATHS

A new column over at Tor.com:

This is a vivid, vital and energetic space opera, full of incident and emotion.

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The Tuesday List: Imperialism, Boo

So this week is that favorite of holidays in the  U.S., Thanksgiving.  I say favorite because, of course, it’s predicated on the successful colonization of the North American Continent by mainly Puritan immigrants from the U.K., and therefore kind of a shitty thing to be celebrating.  630 more words

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SciFi Month Round-up: the story continues

We’re past the halfway mark now, but we’re not slowing down! SciFi Month 2017 continues to celebrate all things speculative, science and space-based across as many media as we can reach. 384 more words

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