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Women in Military Science Fiction (cont) – What About Genetically Engineered Homosexual Women? What About North Korean Women?

My previous blog posts covered work I’ve done regarding female characters, partially in response to oversights by Liz Bourke’s discussion about the lack of women in military SF, and partially just to get the word out about my novels and novelette. Along the same … Continue reading

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Women in Military Science Fiction (cont) – What About Moms?

At WorldCon in Montreal (2009), there was a panel discussing the question of why we rarely/never see middle aged women as the protagonists/heroines in any science fiction – let alone in the military subgenre. At least I think that was the … Continue reading

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