Rebecca Lim on Antiheroines as a way to portray greater diversity & a different way to be in YA fiction
Antiheroines. You might not have heard the term, but you know who they are–the Scarlet O’Haras and Black Widows of the world. They’re the kind of women (and girls) who do and say what they want, who demand respect and will happily kick your arse.
Part of a series of interviews by Belinda Crawford with the authors of antiheroines, exploring what inspired them to write an antiheroine, what makes a good one and the things bad girls can teach us.