The Grief of a New Disability and More with Meredith O’Brien: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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The Grief of a New Disability and More with Meredith O’Brien: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week, multi-published author Meredith O’Brien joins us to discuss Uncomfortably Numb, a memoir about the life-altering diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Find out more about Meredith at https://www.mereditheobrien.com Don’t like the podcast format? Scroll down to watch this podcast as a YouTube video (CC available) or read the transcript! The Spoonie Authors Podcast is part … Continue reading

Managing Mental Health, Writing, and More with Nicole Zelniker: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Managing Mental Health, Writing, and More with Nicole Zelniker: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week’s interview is with multi-genre author Nicole Zelniker! Find out more about her at https://www.nicolezelniker.com   Don’t like the podcast format? You can view the podcast as a YouTube video (CC available) or read the transcript below. Transcript Dianna Gunn: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to this Spoonie Author’s podcast, a podcast where we explore … Continue reading

Calling All BIPOC Spoonie Authors: We Want You on the Spoonie Authors Podcast!
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Calling All BIPOC Spoonie Authors: We Want You on the Spoonie Authors Podcast!

The Spoonie Authors Podcast season two is here and this time around we are looking to feature BIPOC Spoonies! If you’re a Spoonie who also identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of colour, we want to interview you! About the Spoonie Authors Podcast The Spoonie Authors Podcast is an interview-based podcast featuring disabled, d/Deaf, … Continue reading

Exploring the Artificial Divide with Robert Kingett: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
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Exploring the Artificial Divide with Robert Kingett: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

Don’t like the podcast format? Scroll down to see this interview as a YouTube video (closed captions available)! This week’s interview is with author, journalist, and anthology editor Robert Kingett. Robert Kingett is a totally blind  author that writes essays and fiction where disabled characters live normal lives. When he’s not writing, he loves to … Continue reading