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A Mixed Bag When it Comes to Diversity in Hollywood

Despite recent efforts to make the entertainment industry more reflective of the nation as whole, there is still more work to be done.

How ChimeTV Breaks AAPI Representation Barriers

ChimeTV is breaking barriers to AAPI representation in entertainment by playing a different game than the platform’s streaming competition.

Myth, AI, & Reality Power A Thrilling New Genre Of Indian Sci-Fi!

From the Ramayana and Artificial Intelligence to Climate Crisis, Indian Science Fiction authors are asking, what if we lived in an alternate universe where the future is a reimagined past?

Don’t Call It Magical Realism: Latin American Writers Use Imagination and Fantasy to Explain the World Around Them

Across Latin America, writers who once turned to magical realism to capture the realities of the region are increasingly turning to science fiction and fantasy.

China’s Science Fiction Writers Navigate the Widening US-China Divide

As US-China tensions rise, science fiction authors in China looking to break into the international market are being forced to navigate a widening breach.

New Novel Explores an Unlikely Key to El Salvador’s Redemption

A new novel by veteran journalist Yurina Melara explores themes of violence and corruption in El Salvador through the eyes of an unlikely hero.

Harry Belafonte, Jamaican-American Singer, Actor, Activist, Dies at 96

Harry Belafonte, the Jamaican-American singer, actor, and political activist, died aged 96 on Tuesday. His longtime publicist Ken Sunshine said Belafonte died of congestive heart...

Move Over Asimov, Clarke and Le Guin — Global Authors Reimagine Sci Fi

A new and diverse generation of sci-fi and fantasy writers are bending an old genre and imagining alternative -- even hopeful -- futures.

Red Hot Chili Peppers to Play Free Concert in Hoopa

The multi-platinum rock band will make a detour during its 2022 Global Stadium Tour to play a free concert in Hoopa.

Finding the Unexpected in the Everyday: Illustrator Felipe Galindo on Political Cartoons and Partisan Divides

The power of political cartoons can often transcend language and even cultural barriers. But can they transcend today's stark partisan divides.

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