The Ordinary Princess by M. M. Kaye

I recently read an article in the New York Times about some of the struggles women still go through in the workplace.  The article was titled “Speaking While Female.”  The article was fascinating, and it got me thinking about how so many of the attitudes about women and how women should be treated are unconsciously […]

Pick A King Arthur

A little something new for my readers 😉 : A therapy group for men who believed they were the reincarnation of King Arthur was sitting one day at Josie Woods when they spotted a blonde haired, blue eyed chick at the bar drinking an amaretto sour.  When asked the girl told one of the Arthur’s, […]

Chinese American Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer

A friend of mine was recently researching the topic of multiculturalism and the portrayal of minorities in science ficiton and fantasy.  She discovered, to her surprise and mine, that there is actually very little critical writing on this subject.  The result is that I’ve been asking myself, what does it mean to be a Chinese […]