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John C. Wright Bids Farewell

John C. Wright Bids Farewell May 7, 2014

to the insufferably politicized Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America with his characteristically vivacious prose.

The thing about PC thought crime punishment is that it is often unleashed against the defenseless. But in this case, the victims happen to be some of the most articulate and smart people writing in English. And they won’t just shut up and take it. They will find–or create–alternative venues and they will keep speaking. (It’s not like Science Fiction and Fantasy writers haven’t been outsiders before.) And when they do, the Thought Police will face a fate far worse than simply a philippic in Intercollegiate Review. They will (and I tremble to think of this) become immortal characters in stories.

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