"There is always one moment in childhood when the door opens and let's the future in." - Graham Greene
We give a salute to the women writers of science fiction. Those feminist pioneers who broke down the doors of the boys’ clubs and helped shaped the landscape of science fiction. If we fangirls want to have a stronger presence in geek culture, we need to look to the past for inspiration so that we can shape the future. Each day we’ll shine a spotlight on a particular woman author and the astounding, sensational, fantastic, amazing stories she contributed to this unique genre we call science fiction.
P.S. I’ll still be posting some WW1 stuff as well- the anniversary ain’t over yet.
Philip K. Dick, writing about a time in his childhood, when his father, a World War 1 veteran, showed him his old gas mask.