Posts Tagged: Disability

Links: Me Before You Edition

Links: Me Before You Edition

June 2, 2016 Links 4

It’s been a while, I know, but I’ve been reading tons of responses to the movie based on the romantic novel Me Before You and I wanted to post some of my favorites before the movie premieres on Friday. This… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, April 4th

Links: Saturday, April 4th

April 4, 2015 Links 0

Today’s Links: Self-Portrait Of The Artist As Ungrateful Black Writer – Saeed Jones shares his experiences as the rare black writer in an overwhelmingly white literary establishment. Heartbreaking and enraging at the same time. By the time my colleague and… Read more »

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Links: Wednesday, April 1st

Links: Wednesday, April 1st

April 1, 2015 Links 1

Today’s Links: Autism on the Page: An Introduction – Disability in Kid Lit is hosting an autism event this month and it’s worth bookmarking their site, even if you don’t read MG/YA fiction. They’re really good about finding people who… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, February 14th

Links: Saturday, February 14th

February 14, 2015 Links 6

Today’s Links: Perceptions of Diversity in Book Reviews, Part 1: "Scarcely Plausible" – Malinda Lo has put together a fabulous series looking at how reviewers talk about diverse themes in their reviews of YA lit. Not all reviews discuss diversity… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, February 10th

Links: Tuesday, February 10th

February 10, 2015 Links 3

Today’s Links: Home Is a Complicated Place – YA author Renée Watson talks about growing up in Oregon as a black girl and watching gentrification change her community. For Maya Younger, the main character in This Side of Home, home… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, January 29th

Links: Thursday, January 29th

January 29, 2015 Links 0

Today’s Links: Sex in Europe: Gender and Sexuality in European Popular Culture – Someone, maybe RRRJessica, tweeted a link to this academic journal that looks interesting. What is European popular culture? And how does it represent gender and sexuality? These… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, January 27th

Links: Tuesday, January 27th

January 27, 2015 Links 1

Today’s Links: Ankara Press – A couple people tweeted a link to this new romance imprint of a Nigerian publishing house. From the excerpts it seems like the books have an almost chick lit sort of vibe. Anyone looking for… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, January 20th

Links: Tuesday, January 20th

January 20, 2015 Links 3

Today’s Links: “Can’t we all just get along?” …No – Lately hockey Twitter has been inundated with blog posts calling for civility from women who call out people for saying sexist or bigoted things and I thought this reaction post… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, January 8th

Links: Thursday, January 8th

January 8, 2015 Links 2

Today’s Links: Why You Aren’t an LGBTQ Ally – Author Sasha L. Miller gives the eye to bloggers and publishers who claim the mantle of LGBTQ when they really just mean m/m. I swear, it’s not a week anymore if… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, December 18th

Links: Thursday, December 18th

December 18, 2014 Links 5

Today’s Links: Why Female Authors Get Angry at Erasure – I’ve refrained from linking to the Konrath brouhaha because the man’s ego doesn’t need more attention, but this reaction from Beth Revis is worth reading for how it gets to… Read more »

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