Six characters who haven't gotten their time in the spotlight—and whom you could give it to.
This unorganized opening leaves readers dozing—except for the painful jolts of sexism.
This weekend is GeekGirlCon 2016, and yesterday the Mythcreants were there hosting a panel: Building a Welcoming Game.
Why this dated romance trope has to go—especially when consent is way sexier to begin with.
To depict microaggressions is to take on one of the most persistent problems of our society.
Pronouns. Who’d have guessed these little placeholders would have such power over us.
These stories wrecked their onscreen representation, and fan enjoyment went down with it.
Why our forward-reaching stories need forward-thinking politics.
Is the author dead or have reports of their demise been greatly exaggerated?
Four habits of tradition your writing would be better off without.
These harmful tropes show patriarchy sucks for everybody, even in ways you might not realize.
Ways to improve your story's disability representation, however your story's world treats it.
For more diversity in stories and the characters they feature, avoid these red flags.
To stop your story from perpetuating patriarchy, avoid these red flags.
These quick fixes will improve your story's representation—and with practice, become second nature.
Watch for these warnings signs to prevent sexism from seeping into your story.
Oren, Mike, and Rhys rave about stories that handle diversity well.
How your writing can do better at gender rep, however your story's society handles it.
Chris, Mike, and Oren discuss the ups and downs of using history in worldbuilding.