Tag Archives: disabilities

Book Review: An Alchemy of Masks and Mirrors by Curtis Craddock

7 Jul

In this first novel in his Risen Kingdoms series, Curtis Craddock is coming at us like the love child of Alexandre Dumas and Frank Herbert, possibly as fostered in his youth by Scott Lynch. It’s a helluva combination, and I don’t make a comparison like this lightly. If you’re a fan of any of those authors, or of intricately plotted fantasy that’s full of surprises, well, grab onto a restraining rope and climb aboard my airship. Continue reading

317. Disability in SF/F — A Discussion w/ Sarah Chorn and Elsa Sjunneson-Henry

14 Mar

Literary errors, representation, and disability, oh my! Sarah Chorn and Elsa Sjunneson-Henry join Shaun and Jen for an intense discussion about disability in the sf/f community. We tackle representations of disability in film and literature, the challenges people with disabilities face in the sf/f world (and beyond), and much more!

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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296. Mishell Baker (a.k.a. The Queen of Quills) — Borderline (An Interview)

12 May

L.A., secret organizations, and parallel worlds, oh my!  Julia Rios and Paul Weimer join forces to interview Mishell Baker about her new novel, Borderline.  They tackle the novel’s approach to parallel worlds and Los Angeles, characters with disabilities or personality disorders, and much more!

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