S164. Publishing the Disabled Voice, Sponsored by CLMP

Room 22, Tampa Convention Center, First Floor
Saturday, March 10, 2018
10:30 am to 11:45 am


Leading disability-focused writers and publishers reflect on, argue about, and discuss the growing canon of literature around disability, and how and where it's being published. Learn what's important to know when reading, discussing, and publishing the literature of disability.


Alison Meyers

C.S. Giscombe teaches English at the University of California, Berkeley. His recent books include Prairie Style, Ohio Railroads, and Border Towns. He is at work on a mixed-genre prose book titled Railroad Sense and a poetry book titled Negro Mountain.

Stephanie Gray is a poet-filmmaker and adjunct professor at Pace University whose poetry books/chapbooks include Shorthand and Electric Language Stars (Lammy finalist); A Country Road Going Back in Your Direction; and Place Your Orders Now.

Jen Hyde


March 7–10, 2018
Tampa, FL

Tampa Convention Center & Marriott Tampa Waterside