My writing schedule and motivation are also completely out of whack, so I have little to report on lately. Hopefully things will come right from next week (I was supposed to be back to Writer Mondays yesterday, but heh...Sydney beckoned, or err, well, sent me home).
- In "Context Is Everything" Tansy Rayner Roberts (picked up her "Power and Majesty: Creature Court Book 1" over the weekend) explores women SF writers and supporting texts in anthologies.
- K. Tempest Bradford's "Portrayels of Rape: And exploration of where it's done right and wrong" is the third time she's tackled the subject. Previous posts about the subject are archived here and here. (via SFSignal)
- At Stella Matutina, The Sunday Salon explores women fantasy writers and the concept that they're invisible as compared to their male counterparts because of lack of press and gender divide. (via @ElizabethKnoxNZ on Twitter)
- Lost and "Dispatches From the Island" have been, gone and done, but Jorge Garcia is still around with his new blog "Further Dispatches".
- Marie Brennan discusses "The Monstrous Feminine", where "Taken in a broad sense, this is about women’s bodies being rendered as horrific." (via SF Signal)