These are resources I find useful. Some are on writing, some on the business of writing, and others are writing or publishing tools I personally use.
I plan to update this page periodically and welcome suggestions!
On Craft & Creative Process:
“Writing the Other” Workshops and Books with Nisi Shawl, K. Tempest Bradford and others.
“The Fundamentals of Writing the Other” by Daniel José Older
“There is No Secret to Writing About People Who Do Not Look Like You” by Brandon Taylor
“Who Gets To Write What?” by Kaitlin Greenidge
“Finding Myself on the Page” by Ona Gritz
Common and Uncommon Questions About Blindness by Varina Martindale
40 Alternatives to These Ableist and Oppressive Words by s.e. smith
How to Tell if Your Story is Gay Enough by Theresa Tyree
My Futures Include Disability by Kelly Robson
Evil Albino Trope is Evil by Nalini Haynes
Interview with Nalini Haynes for Geek Girl in Love containing more info on albinism.
In History and Fantasy, Diversity is the Tradition by Myke Cole
What Will You Serve? by Theodora Goss
Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland
On Writing by Stephen King
I recommend Dean Wesley Smith’s “Depth in Writing” and “Advanced Depth” online workshops. They shaved years from my learning curve.
Stephen Barnes and Tananarive Due’s “Afrofuturism” class is mind expanding. They should be running it regularly.
Other great sites to check:
Tech and Business Tools and Resources
Scrivener: The writing program I use.
Vellum: Amazing e-book formatter for Macs.
PicMonkey: When I don’t hire a professional, this is what I use for e-book covers.