Fencing with POTS, Disability and Traditional Publishing, and More with Lillie Lainoff: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Fencing with POTS, Disability and Traditional Publishing, and More with Lillie Lainoff: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

Don’t like the podcast format? You can read the transcript below. Lillie Lainoff A former Div I NCAA fencer for Yale, Lillie Lainoff is the founder of Disabled Kidlit Writers and the winner of the 2019 LA Review Literary Award for Short Fiction. Her non-fiction has been featured in The Washington Post Outlook, amongst other … Continue reading

Motherhood, Grief, and Stress Cooking with Leila Tualla: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Motherhood, Grief, and Stress Cooking with Leila Tualla: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

Don’t like the podcast format? You can read the transcript further down on this page! About the author Leila Tualla is a Filipino-American poet and author. Leila’s books include a YA contemporary romance called Letters to Lenora and a memoir/poetry collection called Storm of Hope: God, Preeclampsia, Depression and me. Her poetry is featured in … Continue reading

Disability, Comics, and Entrepreneurship with Mugabi Byenkya: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Disability, Comics, and Entrepreneurship with Mugabi Byenkya: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

Don’t like the podcast format? Scroll down to find the full transcript for this episode! Today we are joined by poet, novelist, and comics writer Mugabi Byenkya! Mugabi Byenkya is an award-winning writer, poet and occasional rapper. Mugabi was longlisted for the Babishai Niwe Poetry Award in 2015. His essays and poetry have been published in The … Continue reading

The Writing Process, Editing a Short Story Magazine, and More with Jaecyn Boné: a Spoonie Authors Podcast
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The Writing Process, Editing a Short Story Magazine, and More with Jaecyn Boné: a Spoonie Authors Podcast

Transcript below! Our first Spoonie Authors Podcast of the year introduces Jaecyn Boné, author of many short stories, co-founder of Limeoncello, and a novelist about to enter the query trenches. You can find out more about Jaecyn here! The Spoonie Authors Podcast is part of the Spoonie Authors Network, an initiative dedicated to building community … Continue reading

Mixing Memoir and Poetry with Tangela Williams-Spann: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Mixing Memoir and Poetry with Tangela Williams-Spann: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

The Spoonie Authors Podcast is back, this time with guest Tangela Williams-Spann. Tangela Williams-Spann is a mental health and wellness blogger as well as the mother of an autistic person. She has worked in special education for over fifteen years and is currently completing coursework towards a masters’ degree in Special Education at Grand Canyon … Continue reading

Probably Getting Blocked by Celebrities and Other Topics with JC Hannigan: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Probably Getting Blocked by Celebrities and Other Topics with JC Hannigan: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week’s interview is with romance author JC Hannigan! Find out more about her at https://www.jchannigan.com/ Thank you for listening to this episode of the Spoonie Authors Podcast! This podcast is part of the Spoonie Authors Network, an initiative dedicated to building community among disabled creatives. Join the community by participating in the Spoonie Authors … Continue reading

Assassins Turned Bakers, Querying While Disabled, and More with Julie Vohland: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Assassins Turned Bakers, Querying While Disabled, and More with Julie Vohland: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This month’s interview is with YA dark fantasy author Julie Vohland! We discuss writing characters smarter than you on, creating awesome assassinating characters, and the struggles of querying while disabled. You can find out more about Julie at https://julievohland.wordpress.com/ The Spoonie Authors Podcast is a podcast dedicated to exploring the lives and stories of disabled … Continue reading