Invisible 3

  • Title: Invisible 3
  • Author: Jim Hines Mary Anne Mohanraj
  • ISBN: 9781370704569
  • Page: 483
  • Format: ebook
  • Invisible essays and poems on the importance of representation in science fiction and fantasy with an introduction by author K Tempest Bradford Proceeds from this collection go to support Con or Bust
    18 essays and poems on the importance of representation in science fiction and fantasy, with an introduction by author K Tempest Bradford Proceeds from this collection go to support Con or Bust.

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    1. This, like the previous two books in the Invisible series, is a collection of works (mostly essays, some poems in this volume) about personal experiences with representation of marginalized identities in science fiction and fantasy media (including written SF, TV/movies, comics, games). Also like the previous two collections, it's a really solid collection of writing on the topic, and I would recommend all three of them if you read and/or review SFF stories!

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    2. Representation matters, and if you still doubt that then you definitely need to read the essays within this collection. I am a white woman, and I haven't seen nearly enough representation of people like me in media - how hard is it for all of those who are less privileged than I? I cried at the end of "Hidden Figures" because HERE were the strong intelligent black women that we need to see, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Diversity in viewpoints and in characters and in stories is really [...]

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