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BVC Announces Rebel by Rachel Manija Brown and Sherwood Smith

Rebel by Rachel Manija Brown and Sherwood Smith

Welcome back to Las Anclas, a frontier town in the post-apocalyptic Wild West. In this perilous landscape, a schoolboy can create earthquakes, poisonous cloud vipers flock in the desert skies, and the beaches are stalked by giant mind-controlling lobsters. Continue reading

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Invisible 2 Is Out Today!

Invisible 2

Invisible 2, an ebook anthology of personal essays on representation in SF/F edited by Jim C. Hines, has just been released. It includes an essay by BVC member Nancy Jane Moore and is adorned with a cover by Mark Ferrari, … Continue reading

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BVC author, YA and Diversity in the GUARDIAN

  Book View Cafe author Sherwood Smith co-wrote with PTSD and trauma therapist Rachel Manija Brown Stranger, book one of The Change series, a diversity-friendly dystopian adventure. Today, the Guardian focuses on this book, and how it makes a gay … Continue reading

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Faith in Fiction 12: Portraying religious diversity
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A commenter on my last post brought up the diversity of belief between and betwixt the earth’s faiths. Indeed, diversity of belief exists even among members of the same religious community, even over something as basic as who God is. … Continue reading

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