The Queerness of Robots

“If we can think of queerness as the embracing of, and celebration of non-normativity, science fiction can also offer new queer ways of thinking”… read more

Ursula K. Le Guin: A Tribute

Le Guin’s method was taking a female lens to a genre which had previously been scried only through men’s eyes… read more

The AIDS Crisis Revisitation

The AIDS Crisis Revisitation begins in 2008 with a noticeable increase in the creation, dissemination, and discussion of culture concerned with the early responses to HIV/AIDS… read more

Dancing to the Beat of My Own Story

“In the folk dance, a traditional tarantella sways in a rapidly increasing tempo, back and forth [….] As I worked on my debut novel named for this dance, I sometimes felt I was making no more forward progress than a tarantella dancer…”… read more