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
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SpAN contributors whose works are up for the 2020 Prix Aurora Award!
The Prix Aurora Awards are part of the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (CSFFA). Each year, members can vote for their favourite works and/or creatives in several categories. Right now, members can download all the nominated works (membership is $10 a year). How awesome is that? If you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent … Continue reading
Everyone Remembers Their First Time…
This weekend, I had the immense pleasure of being part of The Conference for Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature—Can-Con, for short. I’ve been to conferences before, but always as a fan, attending panels and being a fanboy over authors I love. However, this conference was special to me. It was my first conference … Continue reading
SpAN Interview with ’Nathan Burgoine
Your humble SpAN Editor here. Over the next several weeks I have the privilege of interviewing the talented authors and contributors of the Spoonie Authors Network. Please read and share these posts to promote and encourage these amazing people. We spoonies need each other! Thank you for following us! You can find more interviews under … Continue reading
Spooning with Spoonies at Can-Con 2017!
I’m so excited to announce that several of our SpAN contributors (including myself) are going to be on a panel at Can-Con 2017 (the Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature). The topic? Sex! Spooning with Spoonies: Disability and Sexuality—Disability is often represented as the antithesis of sexuality and disabled people are often … Continue reading