Aug 16, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by Latonya Pennington
Racism toward Black gamers and developers is just as tiring and it's time we stop pretending it isn't real.
Aug 15, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by Inda Lauyrn
As my network of writers continues to grow, this lack of representation of Black writers appears more by design than objective editorial decisions.
by Nibedita Sen
Cil won’t like what she has to do next, but that’s okay. She always listened to Kat in the end, even when she still had the power not to.
Aug 13, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by Mikki Kendall
Amongst all the very good morally and socially valuable reasons to be more inclusive, perhaps the conversation needs to shift to cover the most basic fundamental facts of business.
Aug 10, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali
Maximum results = a stream of great stories by a diverse group of authors so steady and comfortable we don't have to count the numbers.
Aug 9, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by L. D. Lewis
A tracking system for market progress came up on the occasions FIYAH staff were asked about next steps on how to fix things. After three reports, it became clear that the creation and implementation of such a thing would fall to us.
Aug 8, 2018 | #Blackspecfic
by Cecily Kane
Since 2015, the #BlackSpecFic Report and other projects have raised consciousness about Black underrepresentation in the speculative fiction short story field, and 2017 marks the first year that measurable improvements could have resulted from these collective efforts — we now have a three-year trajectory to compare.
by Innocent Chizaram Ilo
The Invisible Customer is not really invisible-invisible. I can see him or, as he puts it, he has chosen me to see him, for now.
by Alexandra Rowland
You'll want soft, but you don't always need soft, in your threads or in your heart.
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