I've decided to make a page to collect links to all my posts about fiction, which might be more usable than just clicking a tag and strolling through everything. When I first started blogging, there were no tags, so there are undoubtedly early posts I have missed out. This is a work in progress.
On representation and diversity within fiction.
Disability and Fiction - A Load of Lovely Links (excellent external links)
10 Things Fiction Writers Need To Remember About Disability (1-5)
10 Things Fiction Writers Need To Remember About Disability (6-10)
Disability In Breaking Bad
Disability Hierarchy 5: Wheel-life Drama (touches on the hierarchy of wheelchair-users in movies)
How to be a Disabled Villain
Nobody does it better, makes me feel sad for the rest (on disabled villains in James Bond)
10 Things Fiction Writers Need To Remember About Sexuality (1-5)
10 Things Fiction Writers Need To Remember About Sexuality (6-10)
Losing Ambiguity (on the erasure of bisexual literary characters in TV adaptations)
It's always been the same, same old story (about gay characters in children's books)
Accessing the Future and That Movie Where The White Cis Straight Non-Disabled Guy Saves The Day Despite Everything
And why can't Idris Elba play James Bond?
5 Things Writers Should Remember About Violence
The Bechdel Test and Furry People-Eating Aliens
On writing fiction
On writing and listening to music
On naming children and fictional characters
Waking up and book planning
Miscellaneous Reviews and General Nonsense
Five Reasons Science Fiction Fans Are Better Dressed