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Diversity Is More Than A Checklist

Diversity Is More Than A Checklist

“Diversity” is one of those leading terms in the writing world right now. Issues related to the call for diversity are complex and many-layered and come into play on every level of the publishing industry. Today, I’m only focusing on […]

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Writer’s Block as Internalized Rejection

Writer’s Block as Internalized Rejection

Okay, this post is about something that has taken me a very very long time to figure out. Most of my writer’s block comes from rejection. Now, this isn’t the type of term where I have submitted my work, been […]

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Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

I know privilege conversations can be difficult, and I know that to say I’m not trying to be political by bringing up privilege would be a lie. However, I am able to look at my privilege and that of others […]

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Mobbing Midnight: A Diverse Connecting Point

Mobbing Midnight: A Diverse Connecting Point

It’s finally my turn to talk about why Mobbing Midnight matters to me! The anthology April Steenburgh has crowd funding here will be a collection of different genres with one thing connecting all of the stories together: crows. The day […]

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Fantasy Is So Much More

Fantasy Is So Much More

I read an article lately on fantasy writing. It espoused J. R. R. Tolkien and Robert Jordan as two of the best writers in fantasy, fantasy as a vehicle for symbols, and discussed the celebrity of stories with Anglo-Celtic/Christian symbolism. It […]

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