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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier
Sarcastic novelist. MySisterRosa pub'd by Soho Press in USA/Canada; A&U in Oz/NZ. Avi: . Header: . Happy to answer questions from teens.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier retweeted
Libba Bray Apr 16
Replying to @TheNovl
And be sure to follow for if you'd like to prep for the final book. Those lovely folks will keep you "knowing your onions" about what's in store.
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Samantha Martoo 4h
I did an interview with ABC yarning about ANZAC Day & what it means to me. Let’s acknowledge that recognising WWI as the first major war Aus was involved in erases the history of our Frontier Warriors who fought & died for our people, Country & culture since 1788.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 2h
Replying to @Mike_Jung
I'm pissed the second season isn't available yet. Why must we wait?!
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 3h
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I loved it.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 8h
Replying to @Ebonyteach
That's so not fair. Boo to your mama. You could but have known!
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Captain Awkward 11h
My fellow white people (and otherwise privileged - cis, abled, etc.) What if instead of lobbying voters with marginalized idenities to accept the shortcomings of your faves in the name of “unity,” you lobbied your faves to fix their policies so they’d actually help?
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 10h
Replying to @sarahkuhn
Tofu soda. Kale soda. Cheese grits soda. Peanut butter soda.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 10h
Replying to @sarahkuhn
I really want wheat bran soda now.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 11h
Definitely not Patricia Highsmith.
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Ebony Elizabeth 12h
Replying to @ibizoboi
- I've appreciated other approaches to theorizing enslavement, particularly Hartman, Brand, and Sharpe. (I know PTSS is very popular, and I'm neither a historian nor a psychologist, so I wouldn't critique it.)
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
Replying to @Ebonyteach
Figured.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
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It's an incredible work of humanities and science scholarship. I appreciated the accessibility.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
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And obviously Stamped From the Beginning. Which I'm sure you've read.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
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Not a theorist precisely, but I found Alondra Nelson's Social Life of DNA enormously illuminating.
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Dominique Apollon Apr 19
It's taken me 45 trips around the sun, but for the first time in my life I know what it feels like to have a "band-aid" in my own skin tone. You can barely even spot it in the first image. For real I'm holding back tears.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
Accurate
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
Sixteen years . . . The most important lesson for me was learning to separate the business from the writing. The writing is where the joy is. All else is noise.
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Nebula-award-winning Justine Larbalestier 12h
Yes. There's not enough discussion of how hard it is to sustain a career. It's all about that first sale. Which in the overall scheme of things really isn't that important.
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Lesbian Aloy 🏀 Apr 17
ALL OF FUCKING THIS!!!!!!!
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