Tag Archives: Disability

28Aug/20

Linnea Capps

August 28, 2020

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Linnea “LiteralGrill” Capps as the guest on Episode 283 – A Lot of Weird Confusion at Zoos!

Linea Capps, trans author and disabled mom shares her amazing new release, What Makes A Witch. We also discuss anthropomorphic characters in queer works and the furry writing community.

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Bio:

Linnea “LiteralGrill” Capps is a disabled trans mother of one living in Wisconsin. She is also a three time August Derleth award winning poet and Leo Literary Award winning author. She typically writes stories with anthropomorphic characters and stories with distinct queer themes.

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09Feb/18

Hannah Carmack

February 9, 2018


It gives us great pleasure to welcome Hannah Carmack as the guest on Episode 150: I Guess What Changed Was Me!!

This week Hannah Carmack joins us to talk about her first novel Seven-Sided Spy, poetry, the visibility of disabilities in fiction, her spotify playlist, and working with youth through STEM Reads!

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Bio:

Hannah Carmack is a recent graduate of Northern Illinois University. She enjoys volunteer work and spends most of her time working for the organization STEM Read, connecting reluctant readers and bookworms alike to the world of literature and science. She has a number of poetry publications, all of which regard living with ulcerative colitis. Although living with an auto-immune disease is difficult, she finds power in using her writing as a way to convey the world that people with disabilities live in to people who may not fully comprehend it. Her debut novel Seven-Sided Spy was released January 2018.

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