Interviews & Guest Posts


Beaulieu, Bradley P. 

Bennett, Robert Jackson

Bledsoe, Alex 

D’Aleo, Nina

Frohock, Teresa

Leicht, Stina

Marling, A.E. 

Parker, K.J. (Mini Interview)

Williams, Tad

Zimmer, Stephen


Guest Posts

Elspeth Cooper on Disability in Fantasy

Red Lantern 0-12 Review by Abhinav Jain

Helen Hollick – Indie Publishing? It’s Not Just the Writing…

Elspeth Cooper on Naming Names


Special Needs in Strange Worlds


Robert Jackson Bennett – Beauty is Shaped by Reality

Carol Berg – Writing Differences

Teresa Frohock – Disabilities in Miserere

Stina Leicht – Nobody’s Perfect

Jay Lake – Cancer and Writing

Bryan Thomas Schmidt – ADHD

Mark Lawrence – Broken Heroes

Jeff Salyards – Broken, but not Unbowed

M.D. Lachlan


Kendra Merritt – Relatable Heroes

Paul Weimer – In Praise of Miles Vorkosigan

Daniel Goodman – Small Heroes Overcoming Big Obstacles

Aidan Moher – Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

Erin Hill-Dowdle – Disability in Literature

Meineke van der Salm – Defining Disability

Ryan Frye – Favorite Differently Abled Characters

Niall Alexander – The Scar

Sue Bricknell – The Ship Who Sang

Jacob Topp-Mugglestone

Anonymous blogger – Depression in a place where Depression is Not A Thing

Ole Imsen – The Disabled in the Historical Record

Bryce Lee – The Power of Overcoming

Bookworm Blues – Closing Thoughts


Thoughts on Writer’s Block

Bradley P. Beaulieu

David Annandale

Paul Weimer

John Auckland

Bryan Young

Carol Berg

Bryan Thomas Schmidt

Abhinav Jain


My guest posts & interviews

Interview on SFFWTRCHT

Guest post on The Speculative Scotsman

Guest Post for Women of SF&F (Hosted by Fantasy Cafe)

Guest Post: Special Needs in Strange Worlds on BookLife Now

Guest Post: Portrayal of Strong Characters in Urban Fantasy on Bastard Books

Blogger Query – Bookworm Blues on A Fantastical Librarian

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