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    Stephanie Tran

    Queer, 20-something intersectional feminist, Vietnamese-American, and born fangirl. Writes about anything geeky and thinks about food too much. You can find Stephanie's Twitter rants at @YouAndYourEgo.

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  • Book Beat: They Can’t Kill Us All

    Book Beat: They Can’t Kill Us All0

    • September 14, 2017

    Hello all, Stephanie here again!  I was excited to find that there’s been a lot going on in the book and publishing industry this past week surrounding female authors, writers, and characters, particularly black women. Let’s get into it! In YA book news, the second book in Daniel Jose Older’s Shadowshaper Cypher series, Shadowhouse Fall, came

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  • Book Beat: 19 Years Later and Other New Beginnings

    Book Beat: 19 Years Later and Other New Beginnings0

    • September 7, 2017

    Hello all! Hope you’re all doing well. I’m currently battling a cold that I got from a con (as teased here), so what better thing for me to do than read while I’m resting up? Other than sleep, I mean. This week’s book news seems pretty dispiriting, but at times like these I notice that life

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  • Politically Cartoonish: Remember June?

    Politically Cartoonish: Remember June?1

    Hello, and welcome to the June edition of Politically Cartoonish. Apologies for the lateness of June’s column. As with the rest of WWAC, the Politically Cartoonish column is working to include analyses of non-U.S. and non-Western issues. Readers are encouraged to send political cartoon suggestions to the author via her Twitter handle @youandyourego.

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  • Book Beat: N.K. Jemisin Comes To TV

    Book Beat: N.K. Jemisin Comes To TV0

    • August 24, 2017

    Hello all! Hope you’re all doing well. Ashley was absolutely right when she talked about the power of books last week, especially in times of great fear. While Ashley recommended poetry and quite a few non-fiction suggestions from some Canadian authors, I usually turn to sci-fi and fantasy to help me hope again. There’s just

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