5 Interesting Links for 12-01-2017

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STEM (Interesting People)

How the organization Girls Who Code helps inspire young people to reach for their dreams especially in STEM even if they might fail, because failure helps you learn.
https://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/the-ceo-of-girls-who-code-wants-you-to-know-that-its-ok-to-fail

California Indians (History)

The facts behind the glossed-over picture presented in schools about the reality of the tribes in California.
https://www.linktv.org/shows/tending-the-wild/untold-history-the-survival-of-californias-indians

Characters (Writing)

Tips for deepening your fictional characters by exploring different aspects.
http://angeliquelamour.com/5-character-questions/

Supernatural (Victorian Era)

A look at why Victorian society, though focused on Reason, embraced the supernatural (Part 1).
https://www.steampunkjournal.org/2017/10/25/much-supernatural-even-age-reason/

Awards (Reading)

Whether you’re a SFWA member or not, this handy list will point you to the science fiction and fantasy works being considered for the Nebula, many of which have links to online magazines.
https://www.sfwa.org/forum/reading/

Seeds Among the Stars: A Science Fiction Adventure

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