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Invisible free read à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ 13 essays on the importance of representation in science fiction and fantasy with an introduction by author Alex Dally MacFarlane Proceeds from the sale of this collection go to support the Carl Brandon Society Full table of contents Introduction by Alex Dally MacFarlane “Parched”Ini Haynes “Options” by Joie Young “Non binary and Not Represented” by Morgan Dambergs “Representation Without Understanding” by Derek Handley “Shards of Memory” by Ithiliana “I Don’t See Color” by Michi Trota “SFF Saved My Life” by Nonny Blackthorne Afterword by Jim C Hines. Read a lot of these when they were published on Hines' site then immediately bought the ebook when it went on saleImportant voices for an important project and a must read for anyone with even a tiny ounce of interest in representation in genre fiction

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“Boys’ Books” by Katharine Kerr “Clicking” by Susan Jane Bigelow “The Princess Problem” by Charlotte Ashley “Autism Representation Success” by Ada Hoffmann “Gender in Genre” by Kathryn Ryan “‘Crazy’ About Fiction” by Gabriel Cuellar “Evil Albino Trope is Evil” by Nal. I saw all the mirrors on earth and none of them reflected me Jorge Luis Borges This book is a collection of essays representation in SFF Individually the essays explore the lack of characters of color various genders ueerness nonNeuroTypical minds and representation without understanding disability always the villain not seeing color I read this for my 2016 Reading Challenge read a book of essays Bustle Reads

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Invisible13 essays on the importance of representation in science fiction and fantasy with an introduction by author Alex Dally MacFarlane Proceeds from the sale of this collection go to support the Carl Brandon Society Full table of contents Introduction by Alex Dally MacFarlane “Parched” by Mark Oshiro. An incredible collection of voices on representation and diversity in SFF The essays are short and easy to read so I'd recommend this collection not only to people that are familiar with the topic but also to beginners that wonder why representation in SFF may be an important issue The collection targets different topics such as representation of gender ueerness disability mental health issues or chronic illnessThe essays share very personal experiences from various perspectives they are no academic literature and do not aim to analyze any topics in a scientific way In contrast the authors strongly encourage writers to endorse diversity in SFF and illustrate the importance of positive and well written representationThis collection is the first in a row and I will definitely continue reading