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"Flightcraft"

by Iona Sharma

She’s started to get post through the door now, circulars, letters from the local council, bills, all addressed to Talitha Cawthorne. That was the name she gave the gas board, when she moved in, and the water board, and the name she gave to the lex-engineer who needed it for the new telephone connection, and […]Read More...

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Favorite Female Characters: Stuck in the Middle

by Cheryl Wollner

May 25, 2016

I’m right in the middle of Kij Johnson’s novel The Fox Woman. Weaving together ancient Japanese culture and folklore, Johnson’s novel has three first person narrators. A nobleman: Kaya no Yoshifuji; his wife: Shikujo; and Kitsune: a fox who falls in love with Yoshifuji and uses magic to become a woman. I want to write […]”Read


An Interview with Katherine Langrish: British Author, Storyteller, and Folklorist

by Cathrin Hagey

May 24, 2016

Katherine Langrish is an award-winning author of children’s and young adult historical fantasy. H ...

A Year of Books by Women

by Cheryl Wollner

May 23, 2016

The first thing I did after college was commit to a year of reading books by women and non-cis men. ...

Author Interview: Mindy McGinnis

by K C Maguire

May 19, 2016

I’m very excited to bring readers this interview with YA author Mindy McGinnis who recently won th ...

Mosquitoes, Science, and Science Fiction: Who’s Going to Save Us From What Comes Next?

by T.D. Walker

May 18, 2016

Late spring in North Texas brings with it warmer nights, more thunderstorms, and, alas, mosquitoes. ...

Inspiring Music: Speculative Songs

by Cheryl Wollner

May 17, 2016

I play a game where I gender bend song lyrics. When I recreate a song with female pronouns or gender ...

Who’s afraid of literary miserylit?

by Judith Field

May 16, 2016

I am. Or at least, I used to be. Let me explain. I used to spend a lot of time feeling DEPRESSED. ...

Finale: Fare Thee Well

by Chloe N. Clark

May 13, 2016

The title of this post comes from the song, but also from the surprisingly powerful ending of a rece ...

Interview: Juli D. Revezzo

by Rebecca Buchanan

May 12, 2016

Today, we sit down with Juli D. Revezzo. Author of short stories, novellas, and novels, Revezzo is a ...

The Survival of Small Children: Gretel and the Dark by Eliza Granville

by Jan Stinchcomb

May 11, 2016

When we read the classic tales of good versus evil, it is natural to identify with the victor, espec ...

Free Comic Book Day: DC Superhero Girls Review

by Cheryl Wollner

May 10, 2016

The first Saturday of May should be declared a national holiday across fandom culture. Free Comic Bo ...