Welcome to our favourite No Award posts of 2016! I promise this is the last round up post.
Steph also had some things outside No Award this year:
‘Cherries in Winter, Rivers in Spring’, a short story about climate change and individual action, in In Your Face, ed. Tehani Wessely.
‘Space racism: on Hollywood actors & their whitewashing,‘ Overland Magazine.
Steph’s 2016 pride and joy: ‘A short history of the dangers of travel writing‘, Overland Magazine.
Lunar New Year is in 2 weeks, and Steph is going home for it, so: lunar new year and diminishing returns
Cyclist Etiquette, and why my bike is on the train: my bike is on the train (please get off my back)
Racism in con spaces: taking up room in con spaces
Also sort of related but more cheerful: on asian girls who go to cons (the Asian girl is Steph)
The light of Keanu Reeves, an essay about Steph’s love for Keanu
An Island Full of Sand – on Steph’s newest environmental obsession, SAND PIRACY
On the corner is a banker with a motorcar: Liz’s first post about gentrification in the inner west
The invisible women, about women in SFF and collective memory/amnesia
Guest post: Libraries, politics and social justice
Called-out author bingo (totally a listicle! Just … square!)
Actually Steph will need to update this in light of some things that came into the Lee Lin Chin brand in 2016: Stephanie versus the lambassadors; or, why Lee Lin Chin deserves better