• About S. R. Kriger

    I write SFF, young adult, and middle grade fiction, and I've been known to knock off a play here and there. I'm represented by Bridget Smith of Dunham Literary, Inc. Stick around - who knows what might happen?

    http://www.srkriger.com

    Against Gender Roles: 10 So-Called “Girly” Things I Also Like

    by  • July 17, 2017 • You are probably sorry you asked • 0 Comments

    As I’ve said before, gender roles are bullshit. And I feel as strongly as I do about that because I’m a woman who often behaves in ways traditionally designated as masculine and doesn’t behave in others traditionally designated as feminine. Because I’m breaking those norms, my so-called masculine interests are what people notice first...

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    9 Things Making My Life Better So Far Since March (April 2017-June 2017)

    by  • July 3, 2017 • Books, Films, Games, You are probably sorry you asked • 0 Comments

    Whoa-oa, we’re halfway there! Whoa-oa, 50% through 2017! April through June contains both my most and least stressful times of year. End of semester = ton of marking (imagine a Looney-Toons style billion-ton anvil dropping from the sky). May is full of wrap-up-the-term work meetings, half of which I missed this year because both...

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    9 Simple Rules for NOT Doing Good Onsite Writing Research

    by  • June 5, 2017 • Writing, You are probably sorry you asked • 0 Comments

    The manuscript I’m working on involves a few places I’ve never seen except on a TV screen — police stations, courtrooms, and jail cells. Until I started these characters’ stories, I tended to set my fiction in places I was familiar with: high school, parks, fantasy lands that bore striking resemblances to the cottage...

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    9 Things Making My Life Better So Far This Year (Jan.-March 2017)

    by  • April 10, 2017 • Books, Games, You are probably sorry you asked • 0 Comments

    It’s difficult to believe 2017 is only 25% over. Because of their position in the school year and my general mood cycle, January, February, and March are the most intense part of my year. That’s why I’m always looking for new entertainment, tools, and practices to make them go easier than previous years. Here’s what worked...

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