A couple of interesting articles were pointed out in Another Part of the Internet. I’m posting them here to boost the signals, and because they are an interesting addition to the ongoing
shouting match discussion about how women don’t write SF/F, except when they’re putting guy writers out of a job by doing it wrong.
The break-out points from the NPR study of women in cinema, at I’m Working On It, including some interesting information from studies done at the Geena Davis Institute regarding how men perceive the number of women within a group.
Anybody got any more? Real Numbers relating to real publishing are what we’re looking for, not Opinions. The reason the
shouting match discussion exists is that there are ‘way too many Opinions, and ‘way too few Real Numbers.
Empirical evidence that women have been writing SF/F for A Long Time.
Broad Universe Statistical Tour of SF/F/H