Posts Tagged "Daniel José Older"

Clavis Aurea #4: Daniel José Older, Shira Lipkin, and Edward M. Erdelac

by on Apr 24, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Spring is not a good time to read horror, and Ann Radcliffe (1764 – 1823) knew it. She was an advocate of dark and stormy nights, shrouds of mist and unearthly beings; feeling obscurity was required to put the mind and “poetic spirit” in the right place to feel true terror. “Obscurity...

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Another World Waits: Towards an Anti-Oppressive SFF

by on Dec 3, 2013 in Nonfiction | 8 comments

“Ojalá podamos crear un lenguaje entrador y… hermoso… para saludar al crepúsculo.” “God willing, we can create a language brave and beautiful enough to greet the new dawn.” ~Eduardo Galeano   A few years ago, someone in the publishing industry crossed out a line I wrote in a novel. I’m...

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