for-daws-to-peck-at tagged me in this thing so here’s my word stuff
- I am a junior premed. It’s crazy sometimes, but I love it.
- I really am enjoying the new freedom that I have now since I moved out of my grandmother’s house. It’s like being born again and reincarnated into a much cooler version of myself.
- I’m trying to learn how to play the ukulele. My goal is to learn every Adventure Time song.
- I’m writing a short sci fi story
- When you look at my foot from the bottom it looks like I only have 4 toes because of how smushed together my toes are.
Tagging: pigpen336 (you better do this)
This current guest series by Victoria Law includes book reviews, analysis of race and tends in YA literature, questions about race and gender in Dystopic narratives, interviews with authors and more.
- Do Girls of Color Survive Dystopia?
- A Short List of Great Resources for Racial Diversity in Young Adult Sci-Fi
- Black Girls Hunger for Heroes, Too: A Black Feminist Conversation on Fantasy Fiction for Teens (Zeta Elliott and Ibi Aanu Zoboi)
- Two YA Authors Explore Life After the Bomb (Ellen Oh and Julianna Baggott)
- Race & Body Issues in Nalo Hopkinson’s “The Chaos”
- Send in the Clones: Two YA Novels’ Treatment of Race, Gender, and Cloning
- YA Book “What’s Left of Me” is a Dystopian Take on Nationalist Fervor
- Can a Society Run by Women Still Be a Dystopia?
- Reading “Tankborn”— A YA Book About Race, Class, and Caste
- Dystopian Book “Partials” Imagines a Society of Forced Pregnancy
- New Book “Orleans” Imagines a World Where Blood Type Matters More than Race
- Dystopian Book “Shadows Cast By Stars” Revolves Around Aboriginal Race and Identity
- Finally! In “Immortal Rules,” One Girl of Color Survives Dystopia
- A 15-Year-Old’s Vision of Public School Dystopia
- Reading Race in Marie Lu’s Dystopian YA Hit “Legend”
- What if Cinderella Wasn’t Straight and White?
- Young Adult Books Too Often Present a World Without People of Color
Reblogging for Fiction Week!