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Day 5: Women Who Don’t Kick Butt

Technically this is the fifth post in the week long series. The comments just got so interesting that we needed more time between each.  So, here is my second and final post in the series… Wow. What an amazing discussion this has been. Lynda’s post on Friday got some really great comments on Facebook. Like […]

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September 2009 Discussion

Day Three: Women Who Don’t Kick Butt

Yesterday’s (Day Two) post by Lynda was a great way to start things off. We spoke about the social sphere of influence that women in our history had and how society changed to take that away. Society is funny like that. The 1960’s were really the decade for Science Fiction. It was popular, Star Trek […]

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September 2009 Discussion

Day One: Women Who Don’t Kick Butt

Lynda posted the introduction to our blog panel today at Reality Skimming. She asked some interesting questions to start us off, like: will people want to identify with someone who isn’t slinging her enemies about her head when angered? Could an author make their female character strong, and fun, without turning her into a damsel […]

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Blog Panel: Women who don't kick butt

Blog Panel: Women who don’t kick butt

Starting on Sunday, author Lynda Williams and I are doing a continuation of our panel from Con-Version: Calgary’s Speculative Fiction Conference. At Con-Version, I did a panel with Lynda called “Women who don’t kick butt: Can they still win hearts and minds?”. We discussed how women have been portrayed in genre fiction and how our […]

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