Today I’m entering the final proof corrections for the second edition of Delicate Ministrations.
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In the midst of reviewing proofs for various print editions fo Minuscule Truths and Requies Dawn. While I was at it, I had a great interview with the folks from the Beyond the Trope Podcast.
The Personal-Political in Speculative Fiction
In this third and final part to Science Fiction and the Personal-Political, let’s look at speculative fiction. More than all fiction as a whole, science fiction expresses explicit wishes for reality to be other than as it is, as well as warnings about what it might become.
Privilege and the Personal-Political in Writing
In this second part of Science Fiction and the Personal-Political, we begin with the influence of privilege on our perceptions of literature. My ever-handy dictionary defines privilege as “a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people.”