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A photograph of a red brick building that has a black wrought iron sign with the word "ask" in bold white letters.

A photograph of a red brick building that has a black wrought iron sign with the word “ask” in bold white letters.

 

In collaboration with the folks at the Mythcreants blog, once a month I will be answering a reader question about disability representation. Each answer will be posted on the Mythcreants blog on the third Monday of each month.

I’m really excited about this series, because it is an opportunity for me to talk more about disability representation in short, focused articles. Currently, I have a lot of thoughts on disability representation that I haven’t yet shared because of the time involved in writing full length articles. This series is a great opportunity to get some of my thoughts out there and have these important conversations. I hope that you enjoy it!

So far, three of my answers have been published:

How Should I Approach Disability in a Pirate Story?

Is It Okay for My Disabled Character to Use Futuristic Assistive Devices?

How Can I Make My World Accommodating to Disabled People?

You can find all of the Mythcreants articles I’ve worked on in my Writing Advice page. And, if you have a short storytelling question of your own, you can submit it here.

 

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