UPDATED List: 150+ Asian Speculative Fiction Authors (with links)

Updated to add suggestions from the comments/email/Twitter. All authors mentioned prior to 7/9/2017 are now included. If you’re not on this list but should be, or you’re on it but want me to link to a more recent story or current website, please comment below.

I’ve been wanting to expand my reading to include more international speculative fiction, and more non-white American authors. I am privileged to know a couple of brilliant writers who also happen to be Asian, and that seemed a good place to start my reading*. I put together a list of work I’d been meaning to explore, and then solicited ideas from Twitter and the SFWA forums. Most people suggested the same couple of names over and over again… while it’s, honestly, wonderful that we’ve reached a point in SF/F where these authors are being read and discussed at all, there’s so much more diversity in our fiction, if we just look for it. There’s almostover a hundred and fifty published writers on this list, and I know it isn’t everyone.

The authors are listed alphabetically by given name, so the list doesn’t imply hierarchy. I also didn’t sort by ancestry, current geographic location, or place of birth (though I noted it where it’s listed in author bios**), because the writers listed here have placed varying degrees of importance on those facts. Some work in American tropes, subverting the “classic” science fiction of the 50s, while others retell the myths of their homeland in new and unique ways. Some look to the future, extrapolating possibilities from their own experiences. There’s no one style, structure, or emotional context that can be called “Asian writing”. What these authors have in common is that they’re all of Asian descent, and they all write speculative fiction***. These authors write primarily in English—I’ve included a few translated works, but I can’t vouch for the authenticity of voice, so I tried to choose English-language stories wherever possible.

I want to thank Clarkesworld, Apex Magazine, Crossed Genres Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, Strange Horizons, Giganotosaurus, The World SF Blog, and Daily Science Fiction for repeatedly publishing these authors. Looking for diversity in short speculative fiction? Look to those publications. (Or my own, Lakeside Circus.) When I could find it, I’ve linked to the author’s Twitter, website, blog, list of publications, and/or a sample short story. I’ve also noted if the author works primarily in YA or MG fiction.

  1. Aditya Bidikar (Indian, shorts) story: “You Cannot Fight the WarWorld SF blog
  2. Alec Austin (Chinese-American, shorts) twitter website story: “Brief Interviews with TherianthropesDaily Science Fiction
  3. Alice Sola Kim (shorts) website publications story: “Hwang’s Brilliant DaughtersLightspeed
  4. Alliete de Bodard (French/Vietnamese, shorts stories/novels, Nebula and BFSA winner) twitter website publications story: “The Weight of a Blessing” Clarkesworld
  5. Alexander Osias (Filipino, shorts) G+ twitter
  6. Apol Lejano-Massebieau (Filipino, shorts) story: “The Sewing Project” Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009
  7. Amish Tripathi (Indian, novels) twitter
  8. Amitav Ghosh (Indian, novels, Arthur C. Clark award, Man Booker shortlist) website publications blog
  9. Andrea G. Stewart (Chinese-American, shorts/novels) website Twitter
  10. Andrew Drilon (Filipino, shorts/comics/editing) blog
  11. Andrew Fukuda (Chinese/Japanese, novels) (YA) twitter website blog
  12. Andrew Vu website twitter facebook
  13. Anil Menon (Indian, shorts/novels/editing) website blog story: “ArchipelagoStrange Horizons
  14. Ashok Banker (Indian, novels) wikipedia
  15. Benjanun “Bee” Sriduangkaew (shorts) twitter blog story: “AnnexClarkesworld
  16. Berit Ellingsen (shorts, novel) website
  17. Brenda “B.W.” Clough (shorts/novels, Hugo and Nebula nominee) website publications
  18. Bryan Thao Worra (Laotian-American, shorts/poems) twitter blog poem: “No Such PhiLakeside Circus
  19. Budjette Tan (Filipino, comics/shorts, Philippine National Book Award winner) twitter blog story: “The Last Full ShowAlternative Alamat
  20. Camsy Ocumen (Filipino, shorts) story: “The Day the World Lost Its Gravity” Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009
  21. Cassandra Khaw website
  22. Cecelia Manguerra Brainard (Filipino-American, novels/shorts/editing) website wiki
  23. Cecilia Tan (novelist, editing, shorts ) twitter website publications free fiction (sample chapters/serials)
  24. Celestine Trinidad (Filipino, shorts) story: “Under a Mound of Earth, part 1Philippine Genre Stories
  25. Charles Tan (Filipino, shorts/editing) twitter blog publications story: “The Fortunes of Mrs. Yu” The Dragon and the Stars”
  26. Charles Yu (shorts/novels, John W. Campbell nominee) twitter
  27. Chitra Divakaruni (Indian-American, shorts/novels/poems, Pushcart prize) website blog
  28. Cindy Pon (Taiwanese, novels) (YA) twitter website blog sample: first 70 pages of Silver Phoenix
  29. Claire Light (Chinese, shorts) website blog publications story: “The Apocalypse ArtistStretcher
  30. Crystal Koo (shorts, lectures) website twitter publications story: “HeartlandAbyss & Apex
  31. Dean Francis Alfar (Filipino, shorts/novels/plays/editing) twitter wiki story: “The New Daughter” Philippine Genre Stories”
  32. Derwin Mak (Chinese-Canadian, shorts/novels/editing Aurora award) twitter website publications blog novella: “Kleinheimat
  33. Dinesh Rao (Indian, shorts) blog story: “The Portal PlagueThe World SF Blog
  34. Don Pizarro (Filipino-American, shorts/editing) twitter website publications story: “Life After Wartime” Lakeside Circus
  35. Dwight Okita (novels) website
  36. Dung Kai-Cheung (Chinese, novels/plays) bio
  37. E. Lily Yu (shorts/poems, John W. Campbell award, Hugo/Nebula/WFA nominee) website publications story: “The Urashima EffectClarkesworld
  38. E.C. Myers (Korean-German-American, novels/shorts, Andre Norton winner) (YA) twitter websitepublications
  39. E.L. Chen (Chinese-Canadian) website
  40. EeLeen Lee (Malaysian, shorts) twitter blog publications story: “Future GardensFutura
  41. EK Gonzales (Filipino, shorts) blog publications story: “Last Stand at Ayala CenterPhilippine Genre Stories
  42. Elbert Or (Filipino, shorts) website twitter
  43. Eliza Victoria (Filipino, shorts/poems) twitter website publications story: “Fairy TalesDaily Science Fiction
  44. Ellen Oh (Korean-American, novels) (YA) twitter website publications blog
  45. Elsie Chapman (YA) twitter website publications blog
  46. Emily Jiang (Chinese, shorts/poems) twitter website publications story: “The Binding of Ming-tianApex Magazine
  47. Eric Choi (shorts/editing, Aurora award) website publications
  48. Eric Kotani (penname of Yoji Kondo, shorts) publications
  49. Erin Hoffman (shorts/novels) website blog story: “Darkest AmberElectric Velocipede
  50. Eugie Foster (shorts/novels, Nebula winner) twitter website blog publications story: “Trixie and the Pandas of DreadApex Magazine
  51. Francezca C. Kwe (Filipino, shorts) story: “The Fires of the Sun in a Crystalline Sky” Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009
  52. Gabriela Lee (Filipino, shorts/poems) site story: “The Nameless Ones (Part 1)” and “Part 2
  53. Grace Lin (novels, Newberry winner) (YA) website blog
  54. Greg van Eekhout (Indo-American, shorts/novels) (YA) twitter website blog story: “Last Son of Tomorrow” Tor online
  55. Hari Kunzru (British-Indian, novels/shorts, British Book Award) twitter blog bio
  56. Haruki Murakami (Japanese, novels/shorts, World Fantasy Award) website
  57. Henry Lien (Taiwanese-American, shorts/novels) website
  58. Hideyuki Kikuchi (Japanese, novels) Vampire Hunter D
  59. Hiromi Goto (Japanese-Canadian, novels/shorts/editing, Tiptree Award winner) (YA) website blog publications twitter
  60. Hiroshi Yamamoto (Japanese) novel excerpt: The Stories of Ibis
  61. Indrapramit Das (Indian, shorts) twitter website story: “Karina Who Kissed SpacetimeApex Magazine
  62. Intisar Khanani (Pakistani-American, novels, shorts) website twitter publications
  63. Isamu Fukui (novels) (YA) website
  64. Jacqueline Koyanagi (novels) novel excerpt: Tangled Axion series
  65. Jade Kerrion (novels) website Facebook
  66. Jack Teng (Chinese-Canadian) website Twitter
  67. Jaymee Goh story: (shorts) twitter blogLunar Year’s EndCrossed Genres
  68. J.C. Hsyu story: “Safecracker, SafeThe Future Fire
  69. Jei D. Marcade Korean-American, shorts, aka Jessica J. Lee) twitter website publications story: “The Flute-Maker’s DaughterCrossed Genres Magazine
  70. Jeremy Sim (shorts) website publications story: “Addressing the ManticoreCrossed Genres Magazine
  71. Jessica May Lin (shorts) blog story: “Mortar FlowersNature
  72. John Chu twitter website publications story: “The Water That Falls on You from NowhereTor online
  73. John Nakamura Remy (Japanese-American, shorts) blog twitter
  74. Joseph Lee website
  75. Joyce Chng (Chinese, short story writer and novelist, aka J. Damask) (YA) twitter blog publications story: “Eagle FeathersWorld SF Blog
  76. Julie Kagawa (novels/shorts) (YA) twitter website publications blog
  77. JY Yang website
  78. Karalynn Lee (shorts/novels) website story: “UnsilencedBeneath Ceaseless Skies
  79. Karen Francisco (novel) (YA) twitter
  80. Kate Aton-Osias (Filipino, shorts/editing) blog publications story: “The Proper Princess ProtocolsPhilippine Genre Stories
  81. Kazuo Ishiguro (Japanese-British, novels, Man Booker Prize) wiki
  82. Ken Liu (Chinese, short story writer and translator, Hugo, Nebula, and WFA winner) twitter website publications story: “The PlagueNature
  83. Kendare Blake (Korean-American, novels/shorts) twitter website blog story: “Choking on Owl FeathersMirror Dance
  84. Kenneth Kao (shorts) website story: “SelflessDaily Science Fiction
  85. Kenneth Yu (Filipino, shorts/editing) website twitter
  86. Keyan Bowes (Indian, novels/shorts) website blog story: “Spoiling VeenaExpanded Horizons
  87. Kimberly Pauley (Chinese-American, novelist) website twitter facebook
  88. Kobo Abe (novels) wiki
  89. Kristine Ong Muslim (shorts/poems) twitter website blog story: “ZombieSouthern Pacific Review
  90. KS Augustin website
  91. Kuzhali Manickavel (Indian, novel/shorts) story: “Saint DieselLive Mint
  92. Kyra Ballesteros (Filipino, shorts) twitter blog story: “RetokadoPhilippine Genre Stories
  93. Larissa Lai (Chinese-Canadian, novels/shorts) twitter website publications
  94. Laurence Yep (Chinese-American, novels/plays, Laura Ingalls Wild medal winner) (YA) wiki
  95. Lily Hoang (novels/editing) twitter blog
  96. Linda Sue Park (Korean-American, novelist, Newberry winner) (YA) twitter website blog
  97. Lissa Price Lissa Price (novelist) (YA) website twitter Starters sample
  98. Liu Cixin (Chinese, novels, Galaxy award and Nebula winner) wiki sample: except from Ball Lightning, translated by Joel Martinsen
  99. Livia Blackburne (novel forthcoming) (YA) twitter blog
  100. Lori M. Lee (novels/shorts) (YA) twitter website blog story: “The PiperDaily Science Fiction
  101. Mainak Dhar (Indian, novels) website
  102. Malinda Lo (Chinese-American, novels/shorts) (YA) twitter website blog
  103. Manil Suri (Indian, novels) twitter website publications
  104. Marianne Villanueva (Filipino, shorts/editing) blog story: “WaveringLITnIMAGE
  105. Marie Lu (Mongolian/Chinese-American, novelist, NY Times Bestseller) (YA) twitter websiteblog
  106. Marjorie M. Lu (Chinese-American, novelist, NY Times Bestseller) twitterwebsite blog
  107. Mary Anne Mohanraj (Tamil-American, novels) twitter websiteblog story: “Hunting for Mangoes” originally in Old World Folktales
  108. Masaki Yamada (Japanese, novels) winner of Nihon SF Taisho Award
  109. Mia Tijam facebook story: “Wishes Do Come True” Expanded Horizons
  110. Michael A. R. Co (shorts) story: “The God Equation” Philippine Speculative Fiction
  111. Michelle Sagara (sometimes “Michelle West” or “Michelle Sagara West”, Japanese-Canadian, novels) website blog shorts
  112. Mike Jung (novels) (MG) twitter blog
  113. Mina V. Esguerra (novels) (YA) website twitter publications
  114. Minsoo Kang (Korean, novels/shorts) wiki
  115. Mo Francisco (shorts) website publications story: “Stranger People
  116. Nahoko Uehashi (Japanese, novels) (YA) short bio
  117. Nghi Vo (shorts, John W. Campbell nominee) story: “Shadows Cast By Moonlight
  118. Nikki Alfar (Filipino, shorts/editing) publications story: “Divine LightPhilippine Genre Stories
  119. Noriko Ogiwara (Japanese, novels)  Dragon Sword and Wind Child
  120. Paolo Chikiamco (Filipino, shorts/comics/editing) website twitter story: “Lex Talionis” Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009
  121. Priya Sharma (Indian, living in UK) website story: “Rag and Bone Tor.com
  122. Rahul Kanakia (Indian-American, novels/shorts) twitter blog story: “We Planted the Sad Child and WaitedDaily Science Fiction
  123. Rajan Khanna (Indian, shorts) website publications story: “Quantum EntanglementDaily Science Fiction
  124. Rochita Loenen-Ruiz (Filipino, short story writer and poet) twitter website publications story: “Of the Liwat’ang Yawa, the Litok-litok and their PreyWeird Fiction Review
  125. Roshani Chokshi website
  126. S. Evans (shorts) blog story: “Indra’s StoryStrange Horizons
  127. Salik Shah (editor/poetry) twitter publications “Field NotesStrange Horizons
  128. Samit Basu (Indian, novels/comics/shorts) twitter website story: “Electric Sonalika” World SF Blog
  129. Sangu Mandanna (Indian, novels) (YA) twitter website blog
  130. Sarwat Chadda (novels) website twitter
  131. S.B. Divya website
  132. Shelly Li (Chinese-American, shorts/novels) twitter website story: “A Good TimeNature
  133. Shweta Narayan (Indian, shorts/poetry/editing) website story: “The River’s ChildrenExpanded Horizons
  134. Shveta Thakrar (Indian, short story writer and novelist) (YA) twitter story: “Lavanya and DeepikaDemeter’s Spicebox
  135. Somtow Sucharitkul (also “S.P. Somtow”, Thai-American, novels/shorts/music composer, World Fantasy Award, Campbell) blog
  136. Stephanie Lai (Chinese-Australian, shorts) twitter blog story: “The Last RickshawCrossed Genres
  137. Sunil Patel (Indian-American, shorts) website Twitter
  138. Susan Ee (novels) website twitter
  139. TJ Dimacali (Filipino, shorts) amazon twitter
  140. Ted Chiang (shorts, Nebula, Campbell, Hugo awards) wiki short story: “Exhalation
  141. Toh EnJoe (Japanese, novels/shorts) “Harlequin’s Butterfly” (translated from Japanese)
  142. Tony Pi (Taiwanese-Canadian, shorts, Campbell nominee) twitter website publications story: “The Gold SilkwormFantasy Magazine
  143. Trevor Shikaze (shorts) story: “Like No PlaceLakeside Circus
  144. Vajra Chandrasekera (Sri Lankan, shorts) website twitter “By Dawn’s Barbed Light” Lakeside Circus
  145. Vandana Singh (Indian, shorts/poetry) website story: “Ruminations in an Alien TongueLightspeed Magazine
  146. Vanessa Fogg (Thai-Chinese-American) website story: “Between Sea and Shore” at GigaNotoSaurus
  147. Victor Fernando R. Ocampo (Filipino, shorts) website twitter story: “How my Sister Leonora Brought Home a Wife” Lakeside Circus
  148. Vikram Chandra (Indian-American, novels) website
  149. Wesley Chu (Taiwanese-American, novels) website twitter blog
  150. William F. Wu (Chinese-American, novels/shorts, Hugo/Nebula/WFA nominee) website
  151. Yoon Ha Lee (Korean-American, shorts, novels) twitter website publicationsblog story: “Effigy NightsClarkesworld
  152. Yukimi Ogawa (Japanese, short story writer) story: “Town’s EndStrange Horizons
  153. Yvette Tan (Filipino, shorts, non-fiction) twitter website story: “Seek Ye Whore” Rogue
  154. Zen Cho (Malaysian, short story writer, John W. Campbell award nominee) twitter website publications novella: “The House of AntsGiganotosaurus

Curating this list–getting recommendations, finding links and stories, putting it all together, deleting names that didn’t have any kind of web presence or didn’t write speculative prose–took dozens of hours, and I’m confident I still didn’t get everyone. If you know of a SF/F/H author of Asian descent who isn’t on this list, please comment below.

* Authors listed as X-American were born in the US or otherwise identify themselves as -American in their bios. If you are on this list and want to be identified differently, let me know. If you know someone on this list has referred to themselves as being of a different race/ethnicity/nationality in an official bio, please post the link below. I don’t want to misidentify anyone, and have left off that description where I couldn’t find it.

** The authors on this list have all published novels or stories; while I noted where some are also comics writers, critics, poets, or playwrights, I excluded those who didn’t also write prose fiction. There’s a whole slew of Asian comics writers, for example, who’re doing great SF/F/H stories, but that’s another list. #SFWApro

96 thoughts on “UPDATED List: 150+ Asian Speculative Fiction Authors (with links)

  1. Reblogged this on Untitled*United and commented:
    Carrie Cuinn has assembled an excellent list of Asian SFF authors. A lot of great writers to check out here, have a look.

  2. E. Lily Yu is fairly new but she is proving to be quite the writer. I’m really enjoying her work.

    Murakami is a favorite and Ken Liu and Aliette de Bodard are authors I’ve just discovered over the last year but they blow me away.

  3. Thank you for including me on this list!

  4. I’d recommend Amish Tripathi as well. One of the biggest successes of Indian SFF, he just published the final volume of his fantasy trilogy, titled The Shiva Trilogy. He started off as self-publisher and then got a major contract. Best I can tell, he doesn’t have a website, but he does have an FB page and a Twitter account.


    He is also currently being published with his Shiva Trilogy in the UK by Jo Fletcher Books. His Indian publisher is Westland Press IIRC.

  5. Some more Indian recommendations for this list:

    Aditya Bidikar – a short story on the world sf blog here: http://worldsf.wordpress.com/2012/02/07/tuesday-fiction-you-cannot-fight-the-war-by-aditya-bidikar/ and I think he’s been published in Crossed Genres, as well as in a couple of anthologies.

    There’s also this book, an urban fantasy by an Indian author: http://www.amazon.com/Tantra-Adi-The-Files-ebook/dp/B00C7CYQWM/ref=tmm_kin_title_0

    Pretty much everyone in this anthology has written SF: http://worldsf.wordpress.com/2012/04/11/breaking-the-bow-speculative-fiction-inspired-by-the-ramayana/ (including me, so this is partly a self-plug) but particularly:

    Kuzhali Manickavel, whose collection of short stories is here: http://www.amazon.com/Insects-Just-Like-Except-Wings/dp/8190605631, here’s a short story: http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/DY6TtfM6uHmI3cRBDwEh2I/Saint-Diesel.html and here’s her (currently inactive) blog: http://thirdworldghettovampire.blogspot.in/

    Manjula Padmanabhan, who has written one SFnal novel titled Escape, and a number of science fictional short stories.

  6. Hi Carrie, thank you so much! 🙂


  7. Noriko Ogiwara (Japanese, fantasy YA novels – she wrote the much beloved Dragon Sword and Wind Child)

    Hideyuki Kikuchi (Japanese, wrote the famous Vampire Hunter D novels)

  8. Does Kobo Abe count?

  9. I’m a Malaysian Eurasian writer (currently living in Johor, Malaysia) who’s been publishing spec fic for 6 years now and UF for 3. KS “Kaz” Augustin http://www.ksaugustin.com

    I’m even brown, if that helps.

  10. Thanks for putting this together. I sent a link to Angry Asian Man, and he threw it up on his page a few days ago. 🙂

  11. He’s from a few decades back and dead now, but I don’t think you have the Japanese author Kobo Abe, he of “Inter Ice Age 4”, “The Man Who Turned Into a Stick” and others. He did sci-fi and magical realism.

  12. What a tremendous list! Thanks for this 😀

    Just wanted to note that Jei D. Marcade = Jessica J. Lee, and I’m Korean-American. Cheers!

  13. This is just amazing, thank you for this list. New life goal: Make it onto this list!

  14. Carrie, I like the list! Cool idea. I was recently on a panel for the American Library Association with Malinda Lo who is on your list. The panel featured LGBT Asian American writers. Like Malinda, I also write Asian American speculative fiction. Feel free to add me to your list if you like. My novel THE PROSPECT OF MY ARRIVAL was a top three finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards. It’s about a human embryo that’s allowed to preview the world before deciding whether to be born. My follow-up novel is THE HOPE STORE which is currently being read by Sarah Peed at the new sci-fi ebook imprint Hydra/Random House. http://amzn.to/HsrVSF (link to PROSPECT Amazon page) bit.ly/u1fJ5E (link to PROSPECT book trailer) http://www.dwightokita.com (website)


  15. Hi there! I don’t see Kimberly Pauley on your list. She is half Chinese American, and is the author of SUCKS TO BE ME, STILL SUCKS TO BE ME, and CAT GIRL’S DAY OFF (the last title was published by my imprint, Tu Books). Her newest book, ASK ME, comes out this month.

    • Hi Eeleen, thanks for your note. And thanks for putting a link to my website. In your list, I see my name is misspelled. Instead of Dwight Okada, could you change it to Dwight Okita? Thanks. Also feel free to list my novels.

      THE PROSPECT OF MY ARRIVAL, finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards.
      THE HOPE STORE, not yet published.

      And if you wish to add…

      CROSSING WITH THE LIGHT, poetry book.


  16. Very much appreciate the work. Unfortunately, I’m trying to find a specific author (so I can purchase a book I came across, but didn’t have the cash to pick up at the time), and when I remember (or half-remember) a writer’s name, it’s the last name – not the first name – that sticks in my mind. So, your list isn’t helping me buy that book. But maybe I’ll remember the author’s name eventually …

  17. Carrie, thanks for including me in your great list. I want to correct the spelling of my last name. It is Dwight Okita (not Dwight Okada). Thanks for putting my website address. Could you also add a link to my speculative novel THE PROSPECT OF MY ARRIVAL. http://amzn.to/HsrVSF
    It’s about a human embryo that’s allowed to preview the world before deciding whether to be born. Amazon finalist. My new novel is THE HOPE STORE. It’s about the first store in the world to sell hope over the counter.
    Also the link to my acclaimed poetry book CROSSING WITH THE LIGHT is

  18. Hi Carrie,
    Thanks for making this list – it must have been a TON of work! And thanks too for including me 🙂 Also, just wanted to let you know that I am Indian.

  19. Hi! This is a great list. I have a couple of suggested additions, both Japanese: (1) Masaki Yamada, who has won several awards including the Nihon SF Taisho Award. Works translated to English include “Aphrodite”, a short novel about a floating city, and “After The Long Goodbye”, a surreal cyberpunk novel set in the universe of Mamoru Oshii’s “Ghost in the Shell” movies. (2) Hiroshi Yamamoto, whose novel “The Stories of Ibis” contains a whole sampler of short stories about technology, communication, and AI ranging from the modern day to the very far future. An excerpt is available here: http://wordswithoutborders.org/article/from-the-stories-of-ibis/ .

  20. Thanks for doing this! May I be added as well? I’m a Chinese-Quebecois-Canadian SFF novelist. I’ve been recently published with Permuted Press: An Okanagan Messiah Cometh. My website is mybossisadroid.com My twitter is @mybossisadroid

  21. Cool list. Yoon Ha Lee now has a novel out from Solaris and is working on the sequel (well, trying to given the flooding), so not just shorts anymore.

  22. Such a terrific resource! Thanks for your hard work!

    It might be worth adding that Hiromi Goto is a Tiptree Award winner (for The Kappa Child).

  23. Amazing list!

    You wouldn’t happen to have this for other races, would you?

    • I’m sorry, no. After this one, I got swamped with hate mail from white supremacist trolls; I should do the rest soon, but I hesitate because I’m worried the authors I highlight will be targeted as well (which happened with this list).

  24. Writing a paper, and this is an absolute godsend. Thank you so much.

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