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Spoonie Authors Podcast Episode Three: Talking Queer Romance with MA Hinkle

This week’s interview is with contemporary romance author MA Hinkle, whose book Weight of Living has just been released! Don’t like the podcast format? You can also view the podcast on YouTube. (Closed captions are available for the YouTube video.) TRANSCRIPT BELOW VIDEO Transcript Dianna: Hello, and welcome to the Spoonie Author’s Podcast: a podcast … Continue reading

Spoonie Authors Podcast Episode Two: Stealing Wormholes with Stephen Graham King
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Spoonie Authors Podcast Episode Two: Stealing Wormholes with Stephen Graham King

The second episode of the Spoonie Authors Podcast is here! This week features space opera author Stephen Graham King! Don’t like the podcast format? You can also view the podcast on YouTube. (Closed captions are available for the YouTube video.) TRANSCRIPT BELOW VIDEO Transcript Transcripts done by CJ Clougherty, @PadfootPGH Dianna: Hello and welcome to the … Continue reading

Spoonie Authors Podcast Episode One: Exploring the Power of Disabled Authors with Cait Gordon
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Spoonie Authors Podcast Episode One: Exploring the Power of Disabled Authors with Cait Gordon

This is the first episode of the Spoonie Authors Podcast, a podcast dedicated to exploring the lives and stories of disabled authors. This episode features an interview with Cait Gordon, founder of the Spoonie Authors Network! Don’t like the podcast format? You can also view the podcast on YouTube. (Closed captions are available for the … Continue reading

Internalized Ableism, Week 1: I'm Too Young for a Mobility Device
Accessibility / chronic pain / Fibromyalgia / internalized ableism

Internalized Ableism, Week 1: I'm Too Young for a Mobility Device

Welcome to our first series of 2020: Internalized Ableism. In the upcoming weeks, a SpAN contributor will share about how ingesting ableist narratives has affected their life. So, a general content note about this series is that it includes themes of internalized and externalized ableism. For decades, I’ve managed some type of chronic pain. I … Continue reading

Internalized Ableism: A New SpAN Series
internalized ableism

Internalized Ableism: A New SpAN Series

I am delighted to announce that we’ll have a new series starting on February 9, 2020 called internalized abelism. Several of our past contributors (and some new ones) will share with us how they’ve wrestled with their own ableism—which they might have also used against themselves—and how these attitudes have affected their lives. It’s really … Continue reading