The Spoonie Authors Network will now be collaborating with the Spoonie Authors Podcast. Learn more about the Spoonies in charge!
Editor in chief, Spoonie Authors Network
Cait Gordon created the Spoonie Authors Network in 2016. Her advocacy is primarily focused on boosting the works and voices of authors from the Disability/Deaf/Spoonie/Mad communities. She is a Canadian autistic and disabled author of speculative fiction that celebrates the reality of diversity. Her short story, The Hilltop Gathering (We Shall Be Monsters, ed. Derek Newman-Stille), features a disabled protagonist and was discussed at a symposium about Frankenstein at Carleton University. Cait also joined Talia C. Johnson to co-edit Nothing Without Us, which was taught at a disability studies course at Trent University and earned a Prix Aurora Award nomination. When not arranging words, Cait advocates for disability representation and is the founder of the Spoonie Authors Network. She lives in Ottawa with her husband, Bruce.
You can learn more about Cait and her other published works at caitgordon.com.
Email: spoonieauthorsnetwork @ gmail.com
Producer-Director, Spoonie Authors Podcast
Dianna Gunn is a freelance marketing consultant, dark fantasy author, and an indie author community mentor. In 2019, she published Branding for Fiction Authors: A Workbook for Authors with No Business Experience. This workbook offers “a step-by-step process for creating an authentic author brand so you can build a devoted fan base.”
Dianna is also the curator of the Twitter writing chat #WeeknightWriters, which happens every Thursday, 7:00 p.m. EDT.
You can discover more about her work at linktr.ee/d_l_gunn.
E-mail: diannalgunn @ gmail.com