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Fay Onyx

Fay Onyx

Fay Onyx is a queer, disabled, neurodiverse writer and artist with an unmanageably long list identity labels. Currently ze is writing fairy tales that center marginalized characters in lively stories that tackle serious topics while maintaining a spirit of whimsy and humor. These stories are produced on hir podcast, Writing Alchemy, where ze lovingly enhances them with music, sound effects, and thoughtful discussion. Right now, ze is combining hir passion for tabletop role-playing games with social justice ethics in two new projects: Unfamiliar Heroes, a podcast series which is focused on expanding the representation of people with disabilities, and Magic Goes Awry, a high fantasy role-playing system that is light on rules and heavy on magical mayhem.

Check out my Writer Manifesto Part 1 and Part 2

 

Podcast Guest Appearances

 

Publications

“Five Common Harmful Representations of Disability”: This article published on the Mythcreants blog is a polished, updated, and expanded version of my short articles on Villainous Disability, Cosmetic Disability, Helpless Disability, Inspirational Disability, and One-Dimensional Disability that are in the Trope of the Week Series. Its main focus is on how to avoid these negative patterns and do better.

Super Power Baby Shower!: Co-written with Tobi Hill-Meyer. This children’s book is about a three parent family of superheroes inside a diverse and loving community. Janine Carrington brought our story to vivid life with her dynamic illustrations. “Roark flies, Nova can make fire, and Victoria can talk with her mind. Now, they’re also having a baby! At the baby shower, an urgent call comes in to Granny Awesome for help at the wolf sanctuary. The guests fly off to give their assistance and return to a wonderful surprise.” It is is part of a six book bundle published by Flamingo Rampant. This bundle is a collection of racially diverse books featuring LGBT2Q kids and families with celebratory, joyful story lines.

I’m a Sexual Asexual: This personal essay has been published as “Here’s Everything You Learn About Yourself When You Realize You’re Asexual” in Thought Catalog, and as “Sex Has Never Really Worked For Me And That’s Perfect” in Touchpoint.

 

Handmade Journals

Check out my Etsy Store where I sell spectacular hand bound books and journals!

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