This issue of Wordgathering includes reviews of new poetry works by Hannah Emerson (in her debut collection!), Arden Eli Hill, and Andy Jackson; an outside-the-box, multi-genre zine by ami j. sanghvi; the Deaf poetry and prose collection edited by Kelly and Stone; Elsa Sjunneson’s memoir of DeafBlindness and anti-ableist activism; an anthology of Neuroqueer writings by Nick Walker; Adrian Spratt’s insider novel (about blindness, love found, and other vicissitudes); and Shayda Kafai’s interdisciplinary, arts activism love letter to and about the Disability Justice collective, Sins Invalid.
- Hannah Emerson, The Kissing of Kissing
- Arden Eli Hill, Bloodwater Parish
- Andy Jackson, Human Looking
- Shayda Kafai, Crip Kinship: The Disability Justice & Art Activism of Sins Invalid
- Lisa Kelly and Sophie Stone (Eds.), What Meets the Eye? The Deaf Perspective
- ami j. sanghvi, [IN]TRANSPIRING
- Elsa Sjunneson, Being Seen: One Deafblind Woman’s Fight to End Ableism
- Adrian Spratt, Caroline
- Nick Walker, Neuroqueer Heresies: Notes on the Neurodiversity Paradigm, Autistic Empowerment, and Postnormal Possibilities
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