Magical Words Link Roundup 1-9-2017


People Of Color Take Over Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, edited by Nisi Shawl, is open for submissions!

Natania Barron discusses falling in love with the novella, and thoughts on story structure.

Most women in publishing don’t have the luxury of being unlikeable.

Writers of color continue to struggle with Lovecraft’s racist legacy.

In the wake of Carrie Fisher’s death, the team responsible for future “Star Wars” projects is reportedly reconsidering the place of her character, Leia Organa, in the franchise’s ever-expanding universe.

And hey, while we’re on the subject, there’s a movement to make Princess Leia an official Disney princess.

The new reality of Trump’s America means a lot of creatives have to readjust — find a new balance to get back to creating.

The vision of 2017 depicted in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 30-year-old dystopian action movie The Running Man captures how our world is changing today.

Cat Rambo says, “One question comes up more than any other when I teach writing: how do I know when a piece is ready for submission?”

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson was published in 2003 and it does exactly what it says on the cover.

Incoming Trump tweet about how much Star Wars sucked in five, four, three…



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