Problematic assumptions abound in our stories. Let's fix that.
Author Peter Watts has an engaging voice and a reckless disregard for accuracy.
No spec fic story is more iconic for optimism than Star Trek.
All hail the one true podcaster!
Castles, spaceships, and high tech cities are all great, but they can get a bit repetitive.
Like any moral panic, this one led to someplace dark.
While it is true that becoming disabled can be hard, these depictions are exaggerated.
Pop culture abounds with misconceptions about what it means to be a teenager.
Werewolves with smartphones, vampires on motorcycles, mages at school, and so many nightclubs!
Are you making a bold and progressive statement or simply reinforcing harmful norms?
How do you know which stories aren't yours to tell, and why should you care?
Ugh, why do stories have to be so political?
Pulpy scifi action can go hand in hand with relevant commentary.
Justifications for oppressed mages make as little sense as the idea of oppressing mages itself.
Monsters often reflect society's fears of disability.