Literary agent at Liza Dawson Associates. Abolitionist. “Without her, more characters would have lived.” Let's tell revolutionary stories together. She/her.
Los Angeles, CA
Lindsey Hall @LindseyHall17#MSWL fantasy w/ a translator protag. There's so much power in language-- how they translate for a ruler effects a whole kingdom, eg. I want to see the nuances & consequences of deciding how & what to translate, word play between languages, times when translation falls short
I would 100% love this. Also: messenger protagonist in a military fantasy setting. The folks who ride all night to bring the warnings of disaster. #MSWL
Margaret Rogerson @MarRogersonI unironically love this cliche so much that I suspect my books are going to contain increasingly extravagant balls, longer & more grandiose each time, until my fifth or sixth book just takes place in a court trapped in an eternal ball twitter.com/Freepaperclips…
I...actually think a book set in an eternal masquerade ball would be great. Think Lady Pole trapped in the ball in Lost Hope. #mswl
Max Gladstone @maxgladstone@hannahnpbowman @leeflower Not about Kylo Ren, to be clear: never seen an SFnal truth and reconciliation commission.
If anybody has an SFnal truth and reconciliation commission story, I WANT IT DESPERATELY. #MSWL
The OED @OEDThe noun ‘wretch’, from Old English ‘wrecca’ (exile), is related to Old High German ‘reccho’ meaning ‘exile, adventurer, knight errant’.
Hannah Bowman @hannahnpbowmanThis whole tumblr is my #MSWL. thevaultoftheatomicspaceage.tumblr.com/post/152776543…
P.S. If someone wants to write me SF with the otherworldly creepy beauty of FORBIDDEN PLANET but without the sexism, that'd be great. #MSWL
Hannah Bowman @hannahnpbowmanIn SF, I love anything set in space. Esp. big-idea SF (think A FIRE UPON THE DEEP), but also spaceship adventure books. #MSWL
In both fantasy and SF, I'm a sucker for books about revolutions and characters facing only bad choices. #MSWL