Sci-fi/fantasy author JR Dawson joins us to talk about why she writes about ordinary people, and how privilege and inequality warp our idea of whose story deserves to be told. She also talks about being a Midwestern writer, her favorite literary losers and that time Hans Christian Andersen got really weird with Charles Dickens’ family.
- JR Dawson’s Twitter account
- JR Dawson’s Patreon
- Virginia Woolf, If Shakespeare Had a Sister
- President Lincoln’s Connection to Nebraska
- The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
- Marie Lu, The Kingdom of Back
- That time Hans Christian Andersen got really weird with Charles Dickens’ son
- Charles Dickens liked looking at dead people
- Lore Olympus
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