- How to Always Be Right on the Internet
- When the Boss Says, ‘Don’t Tell Your Coworkers How Much You Get Paid’
- Thor has an announcement Hee, this is super-cute and awesome.
- Nicola Griffith on Gods and Genre
- Mark Oshiro talks about his experiences at Dashcon
- This Woman Lies About Food Allergies and is Okay With It Don’t do this. You make it so much worse for people who actually do have allergies.
- The American Dog This is really interesting and really made me stop and think.
- A Summary of the Eggplant Literary Productions Kickstarter This is a problem–it looks like they promised one kind of anthology in their Kickstarter but then their submissions guidelines didn’t quite match.
- Reporting Rape, and Wishing She Hadn’t Horrifying. Really, truly horrifying. This is basically a textbook case of how not to do this.
- On Trigger Warnings and Those Darn Kids Today
- You Died Again: A Review of Dark Souls by Someone Who Didn’t Play It Ha. I watched someone play this game and yeah–that’s pretty much how I feel about it, too.
- A Wild List of Conservative Books Appears and It’s as Bad as You Think
- Roxane Gay: Bad Feminist, Real Person
- How Tinder’s Software Glitch Broadcast My Private Information and Brought Me 4 Creepazoids in Less Than 24 Hours
- The Untold Story of the First Woman to Fly Around the World
- Folk: 2014’s Heaviest Music
- Can Geekiness Be Decoupled from Whiteness?
- Stop Using Poet Voice
- Deirdre Saoirse Moen on Model View Culture and Bigger Issues. This is an interesting read and Deirdre raises a number of excellent points. I’d also recommend reading the (at that time I write this) sole comment on the piece.
- A couple of older posts about WisCon–these have been in the queue since my last links post and I think they’re important reading leading up to the planned announcement from the Frenkel subcommittee today.
- Returning to the Scene, Or Coming Back After Harassment
- Catherine Lundoff: WisCon, Again
She dabbles in writing speculative fiction and poetry, but non-fiction is her bread and butter. She’s known for her coverage of various issues within genre around sexism and harassment, and can be found on Twitter as @eilatan.
With Annalee Flower Horne, she is a co-founder of the intersectional geek blog, The Bias.
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