Monthly Archives: November 2017

Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction – Guidelines

The Destroy series is something I’ve admired since it first began with Women Destroy Science Fiction back in 2014. Lightspeed magazine did phenomenal work with the series, and I was thrilled and deeply honoured when Uncanny Magazine took over the project for Disabled People and asked me to be the Guest Fiction Editor. I’m privileged to be working with a wonderful team, and we’re all very excited to move ahead with the project.

The guidelines for Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction are now live at Uncanny Magazine, and we hope people will share them widely. As we indicate in the guidelines, we are hoping to receive guidelines from a broad range of disabled creators:

We welcome submission from writers who identify themselves as disabled. Identity is what matters for this issue. What kinds of disabilities? All of them. Invisible and visible. Physical disabilities, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, mental health disabilities, and neurodiversity.

We will be open to submission from January 15th to February 15th, 2018. Please read the guidelines and submit during the submission window.

We’re all tremendously excited about the project and we are eager to read your work!

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The Starlit Wood Essay at Powell’s and interviews

In conjunction with the paperback release of The Starlit Wood: New Fairy Tales Navah and I wrote a brief piece for Powell’s discussing fairy tales. Joining us are Amal El-Mohtar, Max Gladstone, Aliette de Bodard, Genevieve Valentine, and Seanan McGuire. In it everyone discusses the importance and resonance of fairy tales, as well as their impact.

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The wonderful Angela Slatter is also running interviews with our authors on her blog. The interviews are ongoing, so check back from time to time, but so far she’s posted those with: