Update: Indigenous speculative fiction list is growing!

In the Twitter fallout over J.K. Rowling's problematic erasures and misrepresentations of Native peoples in her new "Magic in North America" stories, I posted a link to my list of Indigenous speculative fiction and asked for more names. (After all, while we have to challenge the stereotypes that continue to dominate popular culture at large and even speculative fiction as a genre, we must be careful that our efforts aren't only focused on non-Indigenous writers, but that we also support Indigenous writers who are making important and often transformative interventions in the field.) In response to that request, quite a few names have been coming in, and the list is now almost double its original length and keeps on growing. I'll continue updating as I get more names of other writers and works.

The most recent version is available at the bottom of the Scholarship page.