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Ep 40: Disabled Writers

Today’s episode is about disabled writers with Keah Brown, journalist, freelance writer, and creator of the hashtag #DisabledAndCute. Keah will talk about representation of disability in media and pop culture, tips for writers starting out, and a little preview of her upcoming book of essays, The Pretty One, coming out in 2019 from Atria Books.

Transcript

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Related Links

Brown, Keah. (April 3, 2018). The body on the other side of self-hatred. Unruly Bodies.

Keah Brown’s articles for Harper’s Bazaar

Keah Brown’s articles for Teen Vogue

LeDu, Katel. (October 29, 2018). On a Journey to Happiness with Keah Brown. No, You Go podcast.

Sojwal, Senti. (January 30, 2018). The Feministing Five: Keah Brown. Feministing.com

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Black woman with black hair and black glasses is wearing a white shirt and smiling in front of a green flowered wall. Photo credit: Reid Beels

 

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Credits

Alice Wong, Writer, Producer, Interviewer

Cheryl Green, Text Transcript

Lateef McLeod, Introduction

Mike Mort, Artwork

Theme Music (used with permission of artist)

Song: “Dance Off” and

Song: “Hard Out Here for A Gimp”

Album: NO BIG DEAL

Artist: Wheelchair Sports Camp

Music

Positive and Fun” by Scott Holmes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Sounds

“VOCODER countdown” by Jack_Master. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons 0 License.

8 Bit Beeping Computer Sounds” by sheepfilms. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons 0 License.

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