One of the things I love doing is diversifying my intake of science fiction novels. I read plenty of great books by fellow white males. But the world is bigger, more complex, and more diverse, as is our future. So I also want to broaden my own understanding of things through the fiction I read. Making a point of seeking out a wider range of authors in my favorite genre is giving me a lot of appreciation for just how wide open for exploration of our future and the human condition sci-fi really is. We have the opportunity to contemplate so much through great fiction. Let's shine a light on, support, and celebrate the work of those outside the traditional white male-dominated (by both authors and main characters) history of science fiction.
So, I thought I would share just a few of the cool sci-fi books I’ve read lately that aren’t written by white males. I highly recommend all of these books!
Do You Dream of Terra-Two? by Temi Oh