Fiction has long been a mirror reflecting the diverse tapestry of human experiences. It allows us to explore different cultures, perspectives and identities, fostering empathy and understanding. One essential facet of this diversity is the representation of nonbinary characters. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of inclusivity in storytelling.Continue reading “The Role of Nonbinary Characters in Fiction”
In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant strides in various creative domains, from generating poetry to composing music. However, when it comes to crafting authentic LGBTQ+ stories, AI faces a profound challenge due to its inherent lack of lived experience. While AI can generate text that may appear inclusive and empathetic, it fallsContinue reading “The Limitations of AI in Crafting Authentic LGBTQ+ Stories”
February is LGBTQ+ History Month (in the UK), and so I thought I’d take the opportunity to think about when to set your LGBTQ+ book and the differences that time makes to LGBTQ+ fiction.
The weather: cliché or clever? Here’s some hints about deciding what to do with meteorological conditions in your fiction writing.
Here is a story about my favourite piece of punctuation.
It might be hump day but I’ve found myself inspired this Wednesday!