LGBTIAQ

Diversity in YA

Diversity in YA panel with Fiona Wood, Michael Pryor and Meg Mundell

For too long, straight white non-disabled privileged characters have dominated literature. Fiona Wood, Michael Pryor and Meg Mundell have each written diverse characters: ethnic diversity, characters …

Seanan McGuire

Queers Destroy Science Fiction panel with Seanan McGuire and Mark Oshiro

The Queers Destroy Science Fiction edition of Lightspeed Magazine is currently open on Kickstarter for financial contributions. Contributions’ terms and conditions are also listed on the kickstarter …

Invisible anthology edited by Jim C Hines

Invisible anthology edited by Jim C Hines

A review by Evie Kendal Format: eBook Pages: 54 pages approx Publisher: Jim C Hines ISBN: 1230000232655 ISBN: 9781310872624 ASIN: B00JND5RBW BN ID: 2940149517329 Editor’s note: there is something …

Queer is not all that hard: on writing LGBT characters

Queer is not all that hard: on writing LGBT characters

Traci Castleberry, Matt Cresswell and Melissa Scott joined me to discuss diversity with a focus on how to include gender and sexually diverse characters. The …

Almighty Johnsons - season 3, award-winning TV series

Almighty Johnsons – season 3, award-winning TV series

A review by Nalini Haynes Skip to video interview or listen to the same interview in podcast (above). The Almighty Johnsons TV series opens on Axl’s 21st …

Freya Robertson: Sunstone and diversity

Freya Robertson: Sunstone and diversity

A guest blog by Freya Robertson My epic fantasy, Sunstone, is the second in The Elemental Wars series. Like book one, Heartwood, it covers themes …