Featured SpAN Author: Michelle Butler Hallet
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Featured SpAN Author: Michelle Butler Hallet

Michelle Butler Hallett, she/her, is a history nerd and disabled person who writes fiction about violence, evil, love, and grace. Her 2016 novel This Marlowe was longlisted for the ReLit Award and the Dublin International Literary Award, and her first novel, Double-blind, was shortlisted for the Sunburst Award. She lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland. You can follow Michelle … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Dianna Gunn
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Featured SpAN Author: Dianna Gunn

Dianna Gunn is a freelance marketing consultant, dark fantasy author, and an indie author community mentor. Dianna produces the Spoonie Authors Podcast and is the curator of the Twitter writing chat #WeeknightWriters, which happens every Thursday, 7:00 p.m. EST. (Once a month, she hosts #SpoonieAuthChat on Sundays at 1 p.m. EST with great marketing-based topics!) … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Jamieson Wolf
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Featured SpAN Author: Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson Wolf is an award-winning, number one bestselling author of over sixty books and writer of Two Steps at a Time, a blog about having multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy. In 2019, he released his gripping memoir, Little Yellow Magnet, followed by Love and Lemonade (the third book in the Lemonade Series), and his short story, The Descent, appears in … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Nicole Zelniker
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Featured SpAN Author: Nicole Zelniker

Nicole Zelniker (she/her) is a writer, activist, and podcast producer at The Nasiona. Nicole is also the author of Mixed, a non-fiction book about race and mixed-race families, Last Dance, a collection of short stories, and her latest novel, Letters I’ll Never Send, is an own-voices mental health story. Dress Rehearsal, another short fiction piece, appears in the … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Derek Newman-Stille
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Featured SpAN Author: Derek Newman-Stille

Derek Newman-Stille is the nine-time Prix Aurora Award winning creator of Speculating Canada. They are completing their PhD at Trent University, researching representations of disability in Canadian speculative fiction. Derek is the anthology editor of Over the Rainbow: Folk and Fairy Tales From the Margins and the Prix Aurora Award nominated We Shall Be Monsters. Derek has published in fora … Continue reading