- New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art releases 375,000 digital works for remix and re-use online via Creative Commons
- Sex and Gender in the Victorian Era This is a good thing to remember: people in the past were just as complicated and confusing as people are now.
- The ‘untranslatable’ emotions you never knew you had
- What communicating only in emoji taught me about language in the digital age
- The Joy (And Fear) Of Making ‘Kindred’ Into A Graphic Novel
- The best obituary about a lungfish you’ll ever read.
- Ursula K. LeGuin turning down the opportunity to blurb an anthology: “Gentlemen, I just don’t belong here.”
- Why does the United States still let 12-year-olds get married? This is a really good question. (content warning: child rape is one of the topics covered.)
- I Was a Twelve Year Old Priestess in the Occult, or so I Was Made to Believe (content warning: child abuse)
- Ann Leckie on tea. Mmmm, tea.
- Usonia the Beautiful The thing I found most interesting about this was the land ownership scheme: it’s essentially Georgist, but it’s not clear that they knew it was Georgist.
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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.