An Interview with Diana M. Pho

Diana’s essay appears in Invisible 2 (edited by Jim. C Hines) alongside other voices. We’re all talking about representation in SFF, and this interview extends her eloquent words in the anthology.
Take a look, a worthy read.

Geek Girl in Love

Diana Pho_side_Credit Amy StappToday’s interview is with Diana M. Pho, author of the essay “Breaking Mirrors” in Invisible 2, edited by Jim C. Hines. We’ve been thrilled to feature interviews from several authors from this anthology recently – you can read my review of Invisible 2 here.

I loved how, in talking about Julie of the Wolves in your essay for Invisible 2, you expressed how even though later you learned that the book had problematic aspects, you took something positive from it. How should we approach books that have both positive and problematic elements to them?

No work of art is perfect, and I think people fear being judged by liking something that is imperfect. Everyone has their own boundaries about what they like and what they don’t, and it can feel very personal when one’s boundaries are being examined.
Interacting and creating art should prioritize a code of ethics, for…

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