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By the Way, This Character’s Not Caucasian

Diversity. I want to embrace it, not hit the reader over the head with it. In one story, I have a daughter intertwining her brown fingers with her father’s darker ones. That’s about the only clue the reader gets to … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Lunar Chickens

SciFi Question of the Day: Given a nice, comfy, climate-controlled space on the moon, would chickens be able to fly? What about penguins? Any hope for penguins? Facebook Answers:   Iris Mansi and ostritches?     Pony Horton Assuming you’re in a pressurized atmosphere, … Continue reading

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SciFi Question of the Day: Prepping for the Zombie Apocalypse

SciFi Question of the Day: What kind of zombie-apocalypse preparations would also have non-apocalyptic benefits? Facebook Answers:   Douglas S Caprette  Most.  Expect the Mormons to survive the zombie apocalypse.   Zachary Navakuku   Shotguns, Chainsaws, and Landmines all have practical home security Applications. … Continue reading

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