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Signal Boost #14: Elsa Sjunneson-Henry & Dominik Parisien (Uncanny Magazine “Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction” Kickstarter) and Dave Robison (Archivos)

8 Aug

In today’s episode of Signal Boost, Elsa Sjunneson-Henry and Dominik Parisien join Paul to talk about the Uncanny Magazine Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction and Year Four Kickstarter. Elsa is the Non-Fiction Editor and Dominik is the Fiction Editor for the special edition of Uncanny Magazine focusing on disability representation in Science Fiction and Fantasy. They talk about why this issue is important to them personally and to the field of SF&F, the perks of backing the kickstarter, and the awesome contributors they’ve already lined up. Then Dave Robison, co-host of the podcast formerly known as Roundtable, joins Paul to talk about the reboot of his podcast in conjunction with his new story mapping software, Archivos, which goes into beta on September 1, 2017.

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