After a break of 20 years, Tank Girl is back – a joint between her lips, her favorite gun in hand, fighting the Power, and fighting just because. 21st Century Tank Girl by Hewlett et al. is less a graphic novel and more an experimental art project, with vignettes, poems, thoughts, jokes, chaos, and undefined […]
Sometimes, no matter how hard a person tries to leave their past behind, it catches up to them. In Beyond the Pool of Stars, by Howard Andrew Jones, Miriam Raas, having learned her father has died, returns home to say goodbye and to try to find some closure with the man she both resented and […]
Rodrick is a lying, thieving, womanizing con man who just so happens to have a talking sword made of living ice. It makes him an odd but enjoyable choice to be the protagonist of a fantasy novel. Despite his bad qualities, he is endearing: he has a personal code and limits what he’ll do for […]
When I attended a lecture by Ursula K. Le Guin, she also spoke about how she wrote for old white men at the beginning of her career, until she reinvented her writing. This article by Watkins is a good read.
Claire Vaye Watkins, acclaimed author of Battleborn and Gold Fame Citrus, presented “On Pandering” during the 2015 Tin House Summer Writers’ Workshop.
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