At The Huffington Post, Claire Fallon notes that books about women don’t win major prizes, and asks: “How Can We Change That?” Man, woman, cyborg — no matter what kind…Continue readingNo women or girls
At Strange Horizons, Kari Sperring writes about Katherine Kurtz. Matrilines: The Woman Who Made Fantasy “Kurtz’s debut novel, Deryni Rising, came out from Ballantine Books in 1970,” Sperring writes, “…and…Continue readingThe womanless cannon
At Bustle, Becky Schultz talks about the 11 Books You’d Find On Lisa Simpson’s Shelf because she has great literary taste. For example: Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan After…Continue readingWhat Lisa Simpson Reads
From time immemorial, men have been wondering about, and trying to understand, just what it is that “women want”. And yet, when they’re told… there’s a chorus of anguish, angst,…Continue readingWhat do women want?
QUIZ — The Guardian asks what you know about Villains in literature, from Hannibal Lecter to Nurse Ratched. Take the quiz ~~~~~ Chris Hadfield’s 45,000 photos from space Well, not…Continue readingCan you Name that Villain?
Photo illustration by Juliana Jiménez Jaramillo Is an All-Female Mission to Mars the best way to go? Medical studies at the start of the space race showed that women have…Continue readingWomen on Mars?
The 12 Weirdest Reasons For Banning Science Fiction and Fantasy Books People are trying to keep great books out of libraries and schools every hour of every day, Diana Biller…Continue readingBan it because…!!!
Mainstream science fiction has been pretty terrible at populating its worlds with anyone other than straight white dudes, Devon Maloney writes at The Cut.Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and others wrote…Continue readingFeminist SF, really?