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Writing Diversity: An Introduction

“I want to write a _____ character but I’m not ______. What do I do?”¬† This question pops up a lot on the internet. Writers don’t want to risk offending people or portraying marginalized¬†people in a stereotypical or negative light. … Continue reading

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Diverse Reads: The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

This is the first of many reviews in which I will discuss a diverse book that I’ve read. What qualifies as a diverse read is a novel that features a marginalized person as the main character (or main characters if … Continue reading

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Diversity Within Young Adult Media

Diversity. This is a word that tends to come up frequently these days. Such as in the work place, within¬†schools, and even when it comes to discussing politics. Fundamentally, diversity is a means of representation for “the other”. The other … Continue reading

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