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Sunday, May 17 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Disability Representation in Media

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What stories portray the spectrum of ability? Authors and creatives discuss the best examples of disability representation in both recent and classic science fiction and fantasy books, films, and television series.

Moderators
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K. R. Monin

K. R. Monin is a speculative fiction author whose muses include human potential, everyday surrealism, and evolving technology. Her work has been published by Write Ahead/The Future Looms and Black Hare Press. In the spare time that exists between worlds, she co-hosts the analytics-based... Read More →

Speakers
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Elsa Sjunneson

Attendee
Hugo, BFA and Aurora award winning editor Elsa Sjunneson is a Deafblind hurricane in a vintage dress. Her written work has appeared in CNN Opinion, Uncanny Magazine, Women of Marvel #1, and many other projects and venues. Being Seen, her debut memoir on media and disability releases... Read More →
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Marieke Nijkamp

Marieke Nijkamp is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of YA novels, graphic novels, and comics, including This Is Where It Ends, Even If We Break, and The Oracle Code.
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Suzanne Walker

Suzanne Walker is a Chicago-based writer and editor. She is co-creator of the Hugo-nominated graphic novel Mooncakes (Oni Press/Lion Forge) with artist Wendy Xu. Her short fiction has been published in Clarkesworld, and she has published nonfiction articles with Uncanny Magazine... Read More →


Sunday May 17, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am CDT
Porthos Stream