Glitchy Pancakes

123 - #OwnVoices Fiction w/ Sheree Renée Thomas & K. Tempest Bradford

December 16, 2020 Jesse Adams, Rob Gilmore, & Allie Charlesworth Season 1 Episode 23
Glitchy Pancakes
123 - #OwnVoices Fiction w/ Sheree Renée Thomas & K. Tempest Bradford
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Glitchy Pancakes
123 - #OwnVoices Fiction w/ Sheree Renée Thomas & K. Tempest Bradford
Dec 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 23
Jesse Adams, Rob Gilmore, & Allie Charlesworth

"Own Voices" fiction means stories written BY members of the marginalized groups and cultures they depict, instead of written by people from outside those groups. People deserve to tell their OWN stories instead of having others take up that space and write about them, so today we get into what needs to happen and why. We're joined by two amazing author/editors: Sheree Renée Thomas (World Fantasy Award-winning editor, author, Marvel writer, and new Editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction) and K. Tempest Bradford (author, editor, writing teacher at Writing the Other, podcaster, and Vice Chair of the board of the Carl Brandon Society) for a deep dive into Own Voices fiction and why it's so important.

Sheree Renée Thomas: Website and Twitter (@blackpotmojo)
Books: NINE BAR BLUES, DARK MATTER & DARK MATTER: READING THE BONES, & pre-order BLACK PANTHER: TALES OF WAKANDA
Visit & subscribe to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction

K. Tempest Bradford: Website and Twitter (@tinytempest)
Fiction & Non-Fiction Bibliography: http://tempest.fluidartist.com/bibliography/
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ktempestbradford
Writing the Other writing classes
The Carl Brandon Society's website

Subscribe to Glitchy Pancakes on your favorite podcast app, and please leave a review if you like what we're doing. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @GlitchyPancakes. Email questions or comments to CakesPod@gmail.com, and thanks for listening!

Show Notes

"Own Voices" fiction means stories written BY members of the marginalized groups and cultures they depict, instead of written by people from outside those groups. People deserve to tell their OWN stories instead of having others take up that space and write about them, so today we get into what needs to happen and why. We're joined by two amazing author/editors: Sheree Renée Thomas (World Fantasy Award-winning editor, author, Marvel writer, and new Editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction) and K. Tempest Bradford (author, editor, writing teacher at Writing the Other, podcaster, and Vice Chair of the board of the Carl Brandon Society) for a deep dive into Own Voices fiction and why it's so important.

Sheree Renée Thomas: Website and Twitter (@blackpotmojo)
Books: NINE BAR BLUES, DARK MATTER & DARK MATTER: READING THE BONES, & pre-order BLACK PANTHER: TALES OF WAKANDA
Visit & subscribe to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction

K. Tempest Bradford: Website and Twitter (@tinytempest)
Fiction & Non-Fiction Bibliography: http://tempest.fluidartist.com/bibliography/
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ktempestbradford
Writing the Other writing classes
The Carl Brandon Society's website

Subscribe to Glitchy Pancakes on your favorite podcast app, and please leave a review if you like what we're doing. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @GlitchyPancakes. Email questions or comments to CakesPod@gmail.com, and thanks for listening!