Editorial

Fiction Introduction

Disabled people are here, now. We are everywhere. Based off the media we encounter and consume, that might not be readily apparent. The system fails us. Our bodies and our persons are so often misrepresented, shut down, shut out. Our stories are so rarely told. When we put up the call for submissions for Disabled […]

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Poetry Introduction

I am multiply marginalized: I am a person of color; I am queer; I am nonbinary; I am disabled. So it’s not surprising that I talk about marginalization and identity a lot, as they affect my life in big and small ways. The common thread that appears in discussions I have within various communities about […]

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Nonfiction Introduction

The notes that I wrote myself when I started the journey of editing Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction are clear. The words I gave myself were about envisioning a future free from eugenics, about confronting the implicit biases of our genre, and I’m pleased to say the authors in the nonfiction section have torn those […]

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Signing Off the Glittercom

Well, Space Unicorns, this is goodbye. It’s been a wonderful couple of years of discovering beautiful poems, reprinting favorite stories, and making wonderful connections with authors, readers, and colleagues, but the time has come for me to take off my Space Unicorn Ranger uniform and sign off from the glittercom. Of course I can’t just […]

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