Podcast Shownotes

[106] Rebecca Roanhorse, author of Black Sun

“What I’m always trying to do is make sure Indigenous people show up in narratives of the future.” – Rebecca Roanhorse

Rebecca Roanhorse is the New York Times bestselling author of Trail of Lightning, Storm of Locusts, Star Wars: Resistance Reborn, and Race to the Sun. She has won the Nebula, Hugo, and Locus Awards for her fiction, and was the recipient of the 2018 Astounding (formerly Campbell) Award for Best New Writer. Her latest book, Black Sun, is out now. She lives in New Mexico with her family.

Connect with Rebecca on her website, Twitter, or Instagram.

Rebecca’s book recommendations:

anything that’s won a Hugo Award, especially A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine

Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir


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Renee Powers founded Feminist Book Club in 2018 to provide a space for intersectional feminists to learn, grow, and connect. When not reading or running the biz, you can find her drinking coffee and trying unsuccessfully to teach her retired racing greyhound how to fetch. Favorite genres: feminist thrillers, contemporary literary fiction, short stories, and anything that might be described as "irreverent"


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