The controversy over Orson Scott Card receiving an ALA award for young adult literature has reached the Feminist SF blog, which argues that you can't separate Card's work from his homophobic views. And also, his opinions have demonstrably shaped his work. Do Card's anti-gay essays make him an unfit guide to teenagers growing into self-awareness? Or should we celebrate his work and ignore his gay-baiting? [FeministSF, via SFAwardsWatch]
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