Tag Archives: recommending

for the #DiversityInSff hashtag — book recs

Today Twitter has been hopping with the #DiversityInSff hashtag.  It’s been interesting and useful conversation — check it out! When i saw people asking for book recs, i braindumped all the useful awards lists i could think of: SFF by women: http://t.co/UopsjontRJ (via @broaduniverse) #DiversityInSff — wrdnrd (@wrdnrd) September 4, 2013   SFF by writers of color: http://t.co/Fp3AlekIIf (via @carlbrandon) #DiversityInSff — wrdnrd (@wrdnrd) September 4, 2013   SFF that expands our understanding of gender: http://t.co/yBvZ0fOvem (look at lists under “Award” tab) (via Tiptree .org)…

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Seattle quick recommendations

In town for 2 days before leaving for WisCon and looking for food/drink suggestions?  Here are the handful of places downtown i can vouch for. sake Sake Nomi [Pioneer Square]  The place to go for sake in Seattle.  Johnnie doesn’t serve food (“nomi” means “only”), but he’s really cool about people bringing in food from outside (because who wants to drink on an empty stomach?).  There are daily tastings, which cost $5 — the cost is then waived if you make another purchase.  Bottles for…

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question: Everyday drinking sake

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series drinking sake w/ Wrdnrd

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series drinking sake w/ WrdnrdA friend emailed to ask for a recommendation for “an everyday drinking sake, of the sort we might find in the UK — which, obviously, is a geographical uncertainty for you, but! Is there a type or sort of sake that she might be able to find?”  The geographical aspect definitely makes it tricky for me (being in the U.S. and all), so i’ll approach this a couple of ways. general thoughts…

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