Dianna Gunn Hosts the first #WeeknightWriters Virtual Con on Sep 26 and Sep 27, 2020!
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Dianna Gunn Hosts the first #WeeknightWriters Virtual Con on Sep 26 and Sep 27, 2020!

Note: The weekly #SpoonieAuthChat writers chat, hosted by Cait Gordon, will resume on October 4, 2020, on Twitter @SpoonieAuthNet. Every Thursday on Twitter at 7:00 pm EDT (or EST, depending on the time of year), Dianna Gunn hosts the #WeeknightWriters chat. And now, there will be an entire virtual con running from September 26-27 on … Continue reading

The Dark Side of WriterWorldLand
Connecting / Getting support / Spoonie Challenges / Writing journey

The Dark Side of WriterWorldLand

CW: This article mentions gaslighting and ableism. The other day on Facebook, I posted: Me: *writes a thing * Ahhh… I love my career. I get to make up stories. It’s lovely. Also me: *visits Author Twitter* Holy crap, Writerland is a cesspool of opinions from privileged tools who think they know everything! Also also … Continue reading

Calling all Spoonies for the Spoonie Authors Podcast!
Author interviews / Connecting / Podcast / Represention / Spoonie Challenges / Writing journey

Calling all Spoonies for the Spoonie Authors Podcast!

Are you a Spoonie? Do you write? Then the Spoonie Authors Podcast wants YOU! The Spoonie Authors Podcast is dedicated to promoting disabled authors and educating the public about disability issues inside and outside of publishing. Each episode will feature an interview with a different author. If you are an author who is disabled, Deaf, … Continue reading

Me, ableist? That’s cr*zy!
Connecting / Crafting characters / Offering Support / Represention

Me, ableist? That’s cr*zy!

Content warning: This article deals with terms that can be hurtful to people who manage disabilities, mental illness, or other medical conditions. I mention these terms to educate about why we should choose other words instead. If the title of this article made you cringe, then I feel hopeful because you recognized a term originally … Continue reading