Seems like I’m all about the Writerly Goodness lately 🙂
Not all hybrid publishers are created equal. Jane Friedman in Publishers Weekly.
Here’s K.M. Weiland’s post and podcast on the perfect midpoint.
Avoid false suspense unless you want to ruin your climax. Katie’s Wednesday post.
How to silence your inner critic and defeat your writing demons. The Write Life.
Jules Feiffer in conversation with Neil Gaiman. Publishers Weekly.
The Publishers Weekly podcast: Rose Fox and Mark Rotella interview Naomi Novik.
For Lois. Shane Koyczan’s poem from Superman to Lois. LOVE.
Female literati pick summer’s best books. Harper’s Bazaar.
20 obscure English words that should make a comeback. Matador Network.
For balance: Fifteen words you should eliminate from your vocabulary if you want to sound smarter. The Business Insider.
Ballagàrraidh: The knowledge that you have been domesticated. The dictionary of obscure sorrows.
Check out these gender flipped Disney characters from Yue “Sakimi Chan” and then check out the links to Yue’s work on Deviant Art and Tumblr. UpRoxx.
How about these historically accurate Disney princesses? Buzzfeed.
The Huffington Post shares this list of ten things you may not know about Sailor Moon.
Ok. So there was this big thing on the interwebz last week about the latest rape scene in Game of Thrones. I don’t want to get into the controversy, but I will present a number of posts on both GoT and Outlander and how the sexual violence portrayed in them differs.
As ever, you’ll have to decide for yourselves.
George R. R. Martin responds to criticism of Sansa’s rape scene in Game of Thrones. The Huffington Post.
Tobias Menzies shares his experience playing Black Jack Randall on Outlander. He’s terrifying in the role, by the way. Such an amazing actor. The Vulture.
Scotland Now recaps Outlander, episode 15.
IndieWire weighs in on Outlander vs. Game of Thrones.
And a bonus: Never go anywhere without a Murtaugh! Q&A with Duncan Lacroix on playing Murtaugh. Access Hollywood.
See you on Thursday 🙂