How (& Why) To Write Inclusive Fiction

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To write inclusively is to take an active role in improving how marginalized communities are represented in literature by including a diverse cast of characters in your stories. Why is this such an important endeavor? And how can you ensure you represent characters accurately and well? Let's break this topic down in today's episode, writer!
(Note: Today is Thursday, March 26th, not Friday. Anyone else losing track of time while social distancing?)
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