The ‘quality’ arguments surrounding diverse books are bogus red herrings designed to cover up for systematic representational problems.
Smashing a bunch of disparate elements from multiple complex and ancient cultures together for diversity points is growing common, and that’s a huge problem. We need to reapproach how we talk about diversity.
Wen lives out her life within the confines of an industrial slaughterhouse inside a huge complex that houses workers, processing facilities, and her father, the company doctor. When a group of workers are brought across the mountain to help increase production and one of them insults her, she asks the mysterious factory ghost for revenge — […]