NWU Author Interview: Joanna Marsh

Joanna Marsh

Nothing Without Us is an own-voices, multi-genre collection of short stories where the protagonists identify as disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, Spoonie, and/or manage mental illness.


Nathan Fréchette, Publishing Director of Renaissance, interviews Joanna Marsh, author of Bug Hunt, which will appear in the Nothing Without Us anthology this fall.

Story summary: Mina and four other women are given a mission to destroy the best pilot in the Empire, Anna Hyde. Hyde’s leading-edge mech is known as the Godkiller. The five soldiers’ mech fighters are subpar. They’re probably screwed.

Watch now! Closed captions are available for this video.

Interview with Joanna Marsh. Closed captions are available.

Interview with Joanna Marsh. Closed captions are available.

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Nothing Without Us book cover
Book cover ID: Old russet brick wall with peeling spray-painted colours in aqua, yellow, white, beige, and reds. Stencilled boldly in black: Nothing Without Us. (The list of editors and authors appears underneath.)


Editors: Cait Gordon and Talia C. Johnson

With stories by: Myriad Augustine, Carolyn Charron, Joanna Marsh, Elliott Dunstan, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Raymond Luczak, Nicole Zelnicker, Dorothy Ellen Palmer, Jamieson Wolf, J. Ivanel Johnson, Tom Johnson, Tonya Liburd, Shannon Barnsley, Madonna Skaff, Maverick Smith, George Zancola, Diane Koerner, Laurie Stewart, Tasha Fierce, Nathan Caro Frechette, Emily Gillespie, Derek Newman-Stille

Publisher: Renaissance

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