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Seattle Writes: Representing Race Plus

  • Seattle Public Library, Southwest Branch 9010 35th Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA, 98126 United States (map)

"How do you realistically represent characters who are different from you in more than one way? Exercises, examples, and discussion help you depict the busy intersections of race and gender, age and ability, and many other diverse backgrounds, showing them in your work’s setting, action, dialogue, and relationships.

Nisi Shawl wrote the Tiptree Award-winning collection Filter House and the Nebula finalist and Tiptree Honor novel Everfair, an alternate history of the Congo. She’s a founder of the Carl Brandon Society and a Clarion West board member." (Promo Copy)

Earlier Event: September 28
Bear Axe, Gabija & The Blue Gleams, Sous Chef
Later Event: September 29
Akilah Hughes: Obviously