Anand Giridharadas @AnandWritesThe 30,000-foot book is a genre that tries to turn mansplaining into literature.
Should it exist?
This tweet and linked article—my nonfiction #MSWL is the OPPOSITE of these “30,000 foot books”
Tasha Suri @tashadrinkstea(ugh, a woman DOESN'T damn typos). Anyway. I realised it isn't really about realism at all. Not even remotely. It's not even about genre convention. It's about the dreams that support the status quo and the dreams that transgress it.
THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS
If there’s one eternal constant to my spec fic #MSWL, it’s the dreams and imaginations that transgress the status quo
Tor Books @torbooks"There are new literary voices we want to bring to our reading communities and followers… [and] we just plain love horror.”
Get ready for Nightfire, a horror imprint from Tom Doherty Associates, with new books coming in 2021:
#MSWL Spine-chilling diverse horror, adult and YA
L i v @LivforbooksIt angers me that no one has made a historical-fiction apocalypse book. Do you understand the fookin potential? Why is the apocalypse only set in present time??
You’re telling me ZOMBIES or an epidemic wouldn’t be “”realistic”” in the past?? Open your MIND, BRO. IT’S FICTION
Dan Vo @DanNouveauAlexander II of Russia assassinated #OTD 1881. Alexander III became Emperor and placed most trust in his brother Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, who stood "at the top of the homosexual pyramid" of Russia (there were at least 7 gay grand dukes at the time) #QueerVAM #YearOfQueers pic.twitter.com/4oSIGHCkdO
Erin Flaaen @ErinWrites93-Queer historical fiction, preferably stories based off real people
-Disabled characters who aren't "inspirational" and who don't "overcome" their disability
-Disabled fantasy/scifi/action characters who use their assistive devices to fight crime/be badasses
-Kim Possible but gay twitter.com/FlourishStorie…
ALL THE #MSWL!!!