If last month’s links were heavy on rejection, this month’s links are focused on race and support. 😉
- Coffee and support over at Book Writing World. This little 2 minute movie is charming and sweet and cute; I laughed so hard my ass disappeared.
- Racialicious’s scathing review of SATC2. More scathing than Roger Ebert’s review. Like. (p.s. While I am NOT a fan of the SATC movies to date, I am a HUGE fan of the tv series).
- Important post on how to read and respond to literature of color over at Racialicious (my favorite new blog discovery this week, can you tell?).
- Via 8asians.com: Olivia Munn debuts as Sr. Asian Correspondent on The Daily Show (reporting on “The Spilling Fields”–how the BP oil
spillgush/tragedy/nightmare has affected Vietnamese fishermen in the Gulf)
- A pretty good litmag list!
- Thoughtful article on Daniel Dae Kim (that’s the dude who played Jin on L O S T) on SFGate’s Asian Pop.
- The “I SUCK” club of writing, as detailed by Elena Mauli Shapiro
- A great round up of revision advice, some of the most reasonable insight I’ve read in awhile about editing and revision
- And a last minute addition that is a must read for anyone interested in joining a dialogue about what MFA programs can and cannot do, and the start of a dialogue about privilege in MFA programs: Tayari Jones shares with her readers snippets of Danielle Evans’s very “Smart Conversations About MFA Programs.
Happy clicking and reading!