We’re so thrilled with our contributors and are happy to plug their works and websites…shamelessly!
Learn more about the short queer fiction and novels of this Prix Aurora Award finalist and Lambda Literary Award finalist on his website.
Learn more about this author of short fiction (with a novel in the making) by following Carolyn on her Goodreads author page!
Learn more about the Baker City Mystery YA series and the other fantasy books of this Prix Aurora Award finalist on his website!
Learn more about the author of the hilarious and moving Confessions of a Mad Mooer: Postnatal Depression Sucks. Her author pages shows where you can buy all of her works.
Learn more about Martin, also known as Fibro Jedi, who is a gamer and writer. Read samples of his Star Wars: The Old Republic fan fiction, Survival of the Sithest.
Learn more about this author and hypnotherapist who writes fantasy, science fiction, and romance. You can browse Susan’s books on her Amazon author page!
Learn more about Cait’s space opera novels, short stories, and flash fiction on her author website. She is also the co-editor of the Nothing Without Us anthology.
Learn more about Dianna’s fantasy fiction and her SEO/business branding books at her Linktree page.
Learn more about Rachel Jeffery (writing as Rachel Marie) on her website, which also includes links to her published works and blogs about her disability.
Stephen Graham King
Learn more about this space opera author of Chasing Cold and The Maverick Heart Cycle series (and more!) on his website.
Learn more about this crime and science fiction author on her website. (Madona’s works often have great disability representation!)
Learn more about this eight-time Prix Aurora Award winner of Speculating Canada. They have a disability blog called (Dis)Abled Embodiment. Derek also edited the We Shall Be Monsters and Over the Rainbow: Folk and Fairy Tales from the Margins anthologies, which can be found on Amazon.
Angela S. Stone
Learn more the collections of books by Canadian romance author Angela S. Stone on her website!
Learn more about Laurie’s dark, feminist fantasy books on her website. (Laurie also has a short story in the Nothing Without Us anthology!)
Learn more about this award-winning, number one bestselling author of over sixty books, including his memoir, Little Yellow Magnet. Jamieson also blogs about having Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy called Two Steps at a Time. You can find out where to buy his works on his website.
Amy M. Young
Learn more about this author of rock fiction. Visit Amy’s website for updates and where to buy her work.