In this episode, writer and stuntwoman SL Huang joins us to talk about writing that fully explores the physicality of its characters. How can we write characters who feel like flesh and blood people, not disembodied brains in jars? How do race, gender, class, and other features of identity influence our relationships with our bodies? Has visual media made us less aware of our sense of smell, taste and touch?
- SL Huang’s website
- SL Huang’s Twitter
- Zero Sum Game
- Null Set
- Critical Point
- Burning Roses
- Strong Female Characters Beyond Ripley?
- 69 Percent of Men Don’t Wash Their Hands After Using the Bathroom?!
- Black is beautiful, but our bodies are not for your fetishes
- I Once Bawled in Yoga Class—and Now I Know That’s Totally Normal
About Rite Gud: R.S. Benedict is an author, appearing in Fantasy and Science Fiction and Gardner Dozois’ The Very Best of the Best: 35 Years of The Year’s Best Science Fiction. Matt Keeley, founder of Kittysneezes, is producing Rite Gud for KS Media, LLC. Rite Gud is a Kittysneezes production. If you have questions, comments and concerns, email ritegud – at – kittysneezes – dot – com. Rite Gud is also on Patreon, at patreon.com/ritegud. Patrons receive access to the official Kittysneezes Discord, exclusive episodes, critiques and more.