In that case, if you read a book without knowing the gender of the author, do you consider yourself able to guess whether it's a female or male author?
Nah, you are adding diversity just as much as by exploring British writers, or German writers, or young writers, or old writers. There will be some overlap
Pretty much agree with you... and anything I would quibble about isn't worth mentioning and would simply be personal experience and perspective. Cheers
Trying to keep up with you lot is so difficult... Here's the plan, though:
1. a Flash for the competition (1000 words)
2. A draft of
There is less prejudice now than in the past, and less in fantasy than in sf, but it has always been there. Back in the olden days sff and especially