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Orlando Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Message Board › Great article about capitalization of sci-fi and fantasy races

Great article about capitalization of sci-fi and fantasy races

Michael G.
Oviedo, FL
Post #: 6
If you're like me you've struggled a bit with the dilemma of capitalization when it comes to fantasy races and species. As I researched the topic I found this excellent read! The author really breaks it down like I've never seen before, it's very insightful and cool. Enjoy. :)

Laurie W.
user 98949182
Orlando, FL
Post #: 4
Interesting. I agreed with all the conclusions except one- that cats don't have a common culture! lol! Though it's true that more specific breeds of cats, like Siamese, Maine Coons etc. have an even more unique and specific culture than the whole of them... , )
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