Ink Link Roundup -YA LGBTQ reads, deleted scenes, logistics, and inclusive conferences

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This week’s roundup really should have something for everyone.

Elisa says, Kate and I were just discussing the great YA LGBTQ+ books that are coming out this year! Here are a few you should check out.

http://rivetedlit.com/2017/06/15/18-perfect-reads-to-celebrate-pride-month/?cp_type=enpm&rmid=Riveted_Weekly&rrid=6512055

And, I’m also a big fan of writing/saving random scenes to either squeeze in later or put in a different work altogether.

http://amazonauthorinsights.com/post/160441286967/writing-tip-save-deleted-scenes-and-language?ref_=aai_fp_wr%C3%A9e?ref_=em_gr


Melissa says, Algebra came easily to me in school, though I can’t claim to have truly enjoyed it. But logistics? Weirdly enough, logistics make me happy. They’re puzzles to be solved. Maybe that’s part of why I write fantasy, but that doesn’t mean the weird math of it is easy! http://www.tor.com/2017/06/16/algebra-for-fantasy-writers/


Kate says, any conferences looking for a solid framework for making an inclusive and safe space for a conference should look at WisCon’s example. This article details the experience: http://lithub.com/at-the-worlds-preeminent-feminist-speculative-fiction-convention/

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