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What makes colleges so antagonistic about fantasy writers?
Up-and-coming fantasy authors have been exposed for centuries to a hostile attitude of university teachers who degrade gender literary genres, although such teachers often acknowledge that they have never really been reading fantasy or sci-fi. She says she tried to protect the fantasy and suggest high value samples to her teacher, but she is not confident that it will do much good.
Given this kind of oppositions, a student's best choice is often to work outside the classroom and team up with like-minded schoolmates. That'?s what fantasy writer Jameyanne Fuller did a few years ago at Kenyon College. After acknowledging the group' s appeal, the college started a fantasy and sci-fi literary course at the college.
Writer Emma Clark has a similar track record from her Knox College days. After learning that the school's literature journal did not embrace fantasy, she began a seven-year quiver campaign, a school-approved printed journal that produces a wide variety of music. Geek's Guide to the Galaxy has met with many impolite and unsuspecting teachers, and he is hoping that more colleges will begin to hire teachers who can handle fantasy and sci-fi with regard or even ardor.
Hear our full length audio briefing with Alina Sichevaya, Jameyanne Fuller and Emma Clark in episode 257 of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy (above). Recommandation of fantasy tales by Alina Sichivaya: This is Jameyanne Fuller on reviews: This is Jameyanne Fuller on groups: mma Clark on publishing folk fiction: