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Tea Time Links #3 - Books and Tea
As I write this (about a week and a half before this goes live, because I’m an eager little beaver like that), I’m in a big fluffy robe, making oatmeal for the upcoming week. Things are comfortable. I’m a little bit tired, and will probably brew a cup of tea soon. That means it’s the perfect frame of mind for finding new and interesting articles to share. Book Links I’m a subscriber to the Safety Pin Box, and I think it was through them that I found this list of important intersectional feminist books. Most non-writers think that being traditionally published means you’re rich. Kameron Hurley works really hard to dismantle this myth, and this post about her 2016 writing income is an excellent example. Léonicka has just started up a podcast! Her newest episode discusses why the phrase “marginalized writer” is problematic. Check out her other stuff, too; she’s a board member for the Festival of Literary Diversity. Kristine Katryn Rusch provides tons of advice on how to navigate the world of indie publishing. Her recent post about how the “print is back” narrative of traditional publishing is false is a must-read. Tea Links This is really sweet: Guisepi Spadafora travels across …