Every now and then I do a series of posts on a particular topic.
Here are the one’s I’ve done so far.
Three posts telling of my reading life up to the present day, including my favourite books and how my interests have evolved.
- What Reading Means to Me, Part I: The Early Years
- What Reading Means to Me, Part II: The Teenage Years
- What Reading Means to Me, Part III: Adulthood
My experience of attending WorldCon in London in August 2014, the authors I heard speak, and the ideas and opinions discussed.
- #1: Overview
- #2: Hugo Awards Voter Pack
- #3: Attendee Demographics – Are there no black sci-fi fans?
- #4: English PEN lecture on H.G. Wells by Audrey Niffenegger
- #5: Reimagining Families – where’s the diversity?
- #6: Generation Starship – Would you sign up?
- #7: The Changing Face of the Urban Fantastic
- #8: Occupy SF – Inequality on Screen
- #9: The Exceptional Girl Warrior
- #10: In a Proprietary World Who Owns Your Body?
- #11: Kill the Parents (young adult)
- #12: Sympathy for the Zombie
- #13: Fantasy and Medievalism
- #14: Decontextualizing Steampunk
- #15: Beyond Bechdel (feminism)
- #16: Welcome to Clone Club (Orphan Black)
- #17: Moving Shelves – Famous Adult Writers Who Have Written YA
- #18: The Daughters of Buffy
- #19: Where is the YA (and adult) humour?
- #20: YA on the Big Screen
- #21: Gender and Genre
- #22: Saving the World. All of it.
- #23: On The Blogs – Bloggers Discuss their Roles in the World of YA
- #24: Authors Accept, Encourage, and Create Fan Works Too
- #25: Diversity Within Young Adult Science Fiction
- #26: My Opinions Let Me Show You Them + The Art of Reviewing
- #27: There Are No New Stories, But…