Writing

Writing While White: Sensitivity Readers

First, I offer a scene in a current WIP of mine: He thinks over the question. Does everyone hate him? Betsy’s voice talks in his head, telling him “hate” is too strong a word - she works with small children after all - but in truth, he doesn’t see much difference between hate and any… Continue reading Writing While White: Sensitivity Readers

Reading

Reading and Writing While White – Part Two: Reader Perspective

In the past 2-3 weeks I ran across some great articles about perceptions of diversity in both reading and writing. Normally they would have only shown up with some brief commentary by me in a Saturday Summation post, but since I hadn’t been updating those this past month, it allowed me to see the various… Continue reading Reading and Writing While White – Part Two: Reader Perspective

Writing

Reading and Writing While White – Part One: Writer Perspective

In the past 2-3 weeks I ran across some great articles about perceptions of diversity in both reading and writing. Normally they would have only shown up with some brief commentary by me in a Saturday Summation post, but since I hadn’t been updating those this past month, it allowed me to see the various… Continue reading Reading and Writing While White – Part One: Writer Perspective