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Mary Robinette Kowal

Anxiety, Representation, and Fearless Women

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BookTrib is partnering with Bookish to bring you more great content. What does it mean to be a fearless woman? Authors Mary Robinette Kowal and Robyn Bennis have a few ideas. In their recent works, both authors have explored what it means to be a trailblazer in male-dominated arenas. Kowal’s Lady Astronaut duology (The Calculating Stars and The Fated Sky) follows pilot and mathematician Elma York on her journey to becoming the first female astronaut, and Bennis’ Signal Airship series (The Guns Above and By Fire Above) is a military steampunk adventure about Josette Dupre, who becomes the first female airship captain in her nation. To celebrate their role in Tor Books’ #FearlessWomen campaign, the two authors sat down to talk about the fearless women in their novels, the role fear plays in being…

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All We Want for Christmas: The BookTrib Wishlist

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Like Santa’s elves, the BookTrib team has been spending their days helping book lovers gift loved ones with the book of their dreams. But what secret yearnings hide deep in our hearts for Christmas? Our eclectic choices might inspire your giving—or even your own wishlist. We know you’ve been very, very good this year. Why not treat yourself? So grab a pencil and paper. Here we go: Andrew: For this Christmas I definitely want The Flash jacket which I think looks really cool and I’m a big fan of The CW show. The jacket would make me look a little cooler, and I always imagined what it would be like to be a superhero who is saving people from evil. A…

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