Weekend Links: July 25, 2015

“Many-Fur” by Maurice Sendak. Brain Pickings has collected some of the most beautiful Grimm illustrations ever created

The Awl on The Pixar Theory of Labor

Five Ways to Add More Diverse Writers to Your White Mail Dominated Reading Lists at Lady Business

Aliette de Bodard picks apart Chose Ones, Specialness, and the Narrative of the One.

“It’s the End of the World As She Knows It” – The New York Times discusses how women envision our dystopian and postapocalyptic futures.

Speaking of. . . Nerds of a Feather, Flock Together has 11 Tips For Surviving Our Current Dystopia

Den of Geek lists 50 Forgotten Sci-fi Movies From the 90s, just in case you’re bored this weekend.

The Earliest Science Fiction at Motherboard

The Mary Sue cover’s how Steam’s Rust takes on race and gender issues.

Portland Monthly profiles Ursula K. Le Guin.

io9 on Ursula K. Le Guin, Fyodor Dovstoevsky, and the Snuggly Comfort of Evil

 

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