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Creating, amplifying & sharing disability media & culture. Created by @SFdirewolf. Editor of DISABILITY VISIBILITY anthology. Order now:
6 Apr 20
📢 Available for pre-order now!

Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century, published by @vintagebooks June 30, 2020

Edited by @SFdirewolf, Founder of @DisVisibility…

#ADA30 #DisabilityVisibility #OwnVoices #CripLit Graphic with a background of overlapping triangles in bright colors with text: Coming June 30, 2020, Pre-order now! In the middle is an image of a book titled ‘Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the 21st Century Edited by Alice Wong’ the book cover has overlapping triangles in a variety of bright colors with black text overlaying them and an off-white background. Book design by Nick Alguire.
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Check out this recent article by @lalexgreen for @PublishersWkly about #DisabilityVisibility and books by @judithheumann @jaivirdi & David Egan:… Screenshot from article by Alex Green in Publisher’s Weekly, April 3, 2020, “New Works by Writers with Disabilities Hit Publisher Lists” featuring 3 book covers for Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong, Hearing Happiness by Jaipreet Virdi, More Alike Than Different by David Egan<br />
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25 Mar 20
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Let’s talk about the power of disability activism, culture, and community! Share your burning questions, stories & critiques!

Everyone is welcome to ask questions throughout the chat but there will be time set aside for discussion with Jim and Nicole in the last 15 minutes.
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27 Feb 19
How do we honor the our disabled elders & ancestors?

When I first found out that Carrie Ann Lucas @DisabilityCubed died 3 days ago, it was painful. Like countless of sick, chronically ill, and disabled people, she died at the hands of the medical industrial complex.
Carrie Ann created disability culture, family, and community. She lifted people up and defended their rights. She fought the system with every tool at her disposal. She loved her friends and family fiercely.
Stories can carry our history, joy, love & grief into the future. We can preserve Carrie Ann's crip wisdom by sharing stories about her. I'm delighted to publish 2 guest pieces for @DisVisibility by disabled parents about Carrie Ann, a badass unapologetic queer disabled mother.
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