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30 Mar 2020
Solarpunk reminded me that growing your own food is a thing, that we can make or grow something rather than buy it, that technology can help us redirect the trajectory of the world.
23 Mar 2020
True allies, then, know when to support people by being there and by not being there. Safe spaces provide community, openness, and respite.
24 Feb 2020
This Mind and Body Cyborg as a queer figure raises its head in Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone’s 2019 epistolary novel This Is How You Lose the Time War, as two Cyborg bodies shed their previous subjectivities in order to find a queer understanding of one another.
13 Jan 2020
By engaging the vampiric archetype, Butler and Gomez write black queer lives into an eternal future where we can continue our coalition building, our resistance of hegemony, and the creation of chosen families.
25 Nov 2019
Reading “Good Hunting,” which fuses Sinology with speculative fiction, makes me feel something I can’t quite articulate, between the Eureka spark of insight and the quiet thrill of winning a game.
29 Oct 2019
Orcs are a species—more commonly labeled a “race”—of wicked, dangerous humanoids found en masse in JRR Tolkien’s Middle-earth as well as most of analog and electronic gaming. But Tolkien derived their ugly appearance and savage temperament, like almost all orcish traits common across different media, from a long and painful history.
30 Sep 2019
While I write these words, the Amazon rainforest is burning.
24 Sep 2019
Sumiko Saulson and Tristissima et alia lead a roundtable of authors about the future of diversity in speculative fiction.
27 Aug 2019
He is now writing another idea about a monk in a monastery and a monster and a village.
26 Aug 2019
Now it feels like a lag is happening. A disconnect between the writers and the people the books are written for. In an ideal world, YA books would be written for current teen readers, but they’re not.
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