Link Roundup

I'm going to be on vacation for the rest of the week. In the meantime, here are a few links from around the internet in February. The Daily Dots asks "Why does the man behind Doctor Who and Sherlock still have a job?", with a devastating roundup of Moffat's many sexist statements and actions over the years.

Donna Bray, from Balzer & Bray at HarperCollins, talks about the challenges of publishing diverse YA literature.

Meanwhile, Diversity in YA has updated its exploration of diversity in the Best Fiction for Young Adults lists for 2014.

Turns out, some famous sci-fi/fantasy authors really don't like the idea of women writing in their genre.

From Tumblr: the importance of the unlikeable heroine.

Who gets to be a superhero? Race and identity in comics.