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Ignyte Interview Series 2021: #PublishingPaidMe- Tochi Onyebuchi

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Tochi Onyebuchi is an author and an advocate for equality and inclusion in publishing working with L.L. McKinney to advocate for publishing transparency through #PublishingPaidMe. We are delighted to have him as a finalist […]

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Ignyte Interview Series 2021: #PublishingPaidMe- L.L. McKinney

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, L.L. Mckinney is an author and an advocate for equality and inclusion in publishing as well as the creator of hashtags #PublishingPaidMe and #WhatWoCWritersHear. We are delighted to have her as a finalist […]

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Ignyte Interview Series 2021: Diana M. Pho

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. We’re delighted to that Diana M. Pho nominated for her second Community Award. Diana is a Hugo Award-nominated developmental editor, writer and the creater of the #Edits4BlackSFF Project and essential member of the speculative community. We caught up […]

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Ignyte Interview Series 2021: Anathema: Spec from the Margins

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Anathema: Spec from the Margins  has been publishing speculative fiction from queer writers of color, giving a space to voices so often drowned out in the mainstream  and is an essential member of […]

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Ignyte Interview Series 2021: Writing the Other

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates outstanding efforts in service of inclusion and equitable practice in Genre. We’re thrilled to welcome back for their second nomination, Writing the Other. As an organization Writing the Other  is an invaluable SFF community resource that includes a textbook, online website, classes, workshops, retreats, and seminars that teach writers how […]

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Ignyte Interview Series: Writing the Other

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates outstanding efforts in service of inclusion and equitable practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Writing the Other is an invaluable SFF community resource that includes a textbook, online website, classes, workshops, retreats, and seminars that teach writers how to write characters very different from them sensitively and convincingly. […]

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Ignyte Interview Series: Strange Horizons

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates outstanding efforts in service of inclusion and equitable practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Strange Horizons is a weekly magazine of and about speculative fiction. It publishes fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, interviews, roundtable discussions, and art. We are honored to count Strange Horizons among our finalists and have […]

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Ignyte Interview Series: Beth Phelan

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Beth Phelan has served the community as a literary agent and founder of #DVpit. #DVpit is a Twitter event created to showcase manuscript pitches from marginalized voices that have been historically underrepresented in […]

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Ignyte Interview Series: Diana M. Pho

The Ignyte Community Award celebrates the Outstanding Efforts in Service of Inclusion and Equitable Practice in Genre. Nominated in this year’s Ignytes, Diana M. Pho is a Hugo Award-nominated developmental editor, writer and the creater of the #Edits4BlackSFF Project and essential member of the speculative community. We are delighted to have her as a finalist […]

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