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
Arts, representation, and you(r local brown peeps)
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
Kids today, or, the thinkpiece in 1920
The invisible women, about women in SFF and collective memory/amnesia
Guest post: Libraries, politics and social justice
book review: Asia on Tour: Exploring the Rise of Asian Tourism
The Wells & Wong Mysteries by Robin Stevens
Liz read four Australian novels and reviewed them in one post
Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil by Melina Marchetta
Sad ways to describe white people in literature
Edible Australian care package
Setting Jane Austen’s cads, bounders and douchebags on fire
Called-out author bingo (totally a listicle! Just … square!)
New residents on the Prison Island of Sodor
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
Elementary Malay, prepared as a guide for R.A.A.F. personnel
Reading the Australian Women’s Weekly in January 1968
Liveblog: Joe Cinque’s Consolation by Helen Garner
Liveblog: Star Trek: The Next Generation – Death in Winter by Michael Jan Friedman