Tag: Physical Disability

NWU Author Interview: Nicole Zelniker

NWU Author Interview: Nicole Zelniker

Nothing Without Us is an own-voices, multi-genre collection of short stories where the protagonists identify as disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, Spoonie, and/or they manage mental illness. Co-editor Cait Gordon interviews Nicole Zelniker, author of Dress Rehearsal, which will appear in the Nothing Without Us anthology this fall. I browsed your website, and wow, you're doing a lot! Tell us about … Continue reading NWU Author Interview: Nicole Zelniker

NWU Author Interview: J. Ivanel Johnson

NWU Author Interview: J. Ivanel Johnson

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. Co-editor Talia Johnson interviews J. Ivanel Johnson (again, no relation), author of Iron Bone, which will appear in the Nothing Without Us anthology this fall. Tell us a bit about yourself as an … Continue reading NWU Author Interview: J. Ivanel Johnson

NWU Author Interview: Myriad Augustine

NWU Author Interview: Myriad Augustine

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. Co-editor Talia Johnson interviews Myriad Augustine, author of The Bellwoods Golem, which will appear in the Nothing Without Us anthology this fall. Tell us a bit about yourself as an author. Do you … Continue reading NWU Author Interview: Myriad Augustine

NWU Author Interview: Madona Skaff

NWU Author Interview: Madona Skaff

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. Co-editor Talia Johnson interviews Madona Skaff, author of Backbone, which will appear in the Nothing Without Us anthology this fall. Tell us about yourself as an author. Do you have any published works? … Continue reading NWU Author Interview: Madona Skaff