Inspiration or Copying?
In which a discussion about how you can’t copyright tropes leads to Avery telling D.C. about the Omegaverse lawsuit. We also chat about retellings, how “copying” your own work can actually be a part of building your brand, and the decision whether to read books that are similar to a current project.
- Forging a Nightmare, by Patricia A. Jackson
- Deathless, by Catherynne M. Valente
- Space Opera, by Catherynne M. Valente
- The Chosen and the Beautiful, by Nghi Vo
- Dark and Deepest Red, by Anna-Marie McLemore
- Blanca and Roja, by Anna-Marie McLemore
- Adam Neely on YouTube
- A Feud in Wolf-Kink Erotica Raises a Deep Legal Question, article by the New York Times
Drink Recipe: Gin Lemon Collins
- 2oz Gin
- 1oz Lemon Juice
- 1oz Simple Syrup
- Dash orange bitters
- 3oz seltzer to top
Shake together all except seltzer, pour into a highball glass with ice, and top with seltzer.
(For this episode, Avery drank the “copy” – a canned version of this same cocktail).
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