So: question for people with marginalized identities (of any sort).
We're currently putting together the monster anthology submissions call, and we want to include a segment encouraging submissions from marginalized creators, but aren't entirely sure how to word it.
So I guess my question is: any advice? Things you've seen before that really worked for you, or really *didn't* work? And, if you don't mind sharing, why?
Calling all #writers: In August a couple of friends and myself are launching #writersmonth, a prompt challenge akin to Inktober, except for writers of any kind.
The blog is on Tumblr, but we have an AO3 collection, and absolutely everybody's welcome.
(Boosts would be great, btw! *g*)
nge, ep. 24 spoilers
… yeah okay this is even gayer than I remember.
Like there’s literally a part where Shinji says they should go to bed, and Kaworu is like “Together?” This happens like the instant after Kaworu tries to hold Shinji’s hand while they’re naked together in the sauna.
I mean I get Kaworu isn’t human but, sure. He “likes” Shinji. Uh huh. “Likes.”
@catpigg Couldn't decide which one to do, so I did a couple because they looked fun. ^^ Your OCs are super cute, so it was a hard choice!
I knew I had to do Mothball though because omigod.
He reminds me of Saturniidae moths, so I hope you don't mind that I took a little liberty with his markings.
Ghosts in English-speaking cultures
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