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Greetings, social justice adventurers.
No story is perfect, and no one can consume entirely unproblematic media.
Writing advice comes at all levels of quality, from enlightening, to helpful in some circumstances, to story-ruining.
Learning most crafts is a fairly straightforward process.
You’ve finally got that story published, and readers love it.
Someone get me a blackboard to tap on; we’re starting today with a history lesson.
Some storytelling tropes are written with the best of intentions but still lead to disaster.
After The Last Jedi chose a new direction for Star Wars, here's how Abrams might strike back.
Storytellers need to think twice before giving the side-eye to these actions.
Five storytelling tropes that harm trans people—and what to do instead.
Five reasons why you might want to include oppression in your story—and why they're wrong.
While laser tripods leveling cities can make a good story, real aliens would act quite differently.
Stories about oppression can change real-world views, but without care it could be for the worse.
You never know what hidden boogeymen might be waiting to steal your words away.
Tragedy can make for high drama, but appropriating it from someone else can do real harm.
Why it's so hard to hear your work has problems—and how it can get easier.