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THE RIGHT WAY TO BE CRIPPLED AND NAKED

The Fiction of Disability: An Anthology

by Sheila Black / Michael Northen / Annabelle Hayse
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Welcome to the worlds of the disabled. The physically disabled. The mentally disabled. The emotionally disabled. What does that word "disabled" mean anyway? Is there a right way to be crippled?

Product Details

10-digit ISBN978-1-941026-35-9
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Page Count352
Publication DateSeptember 11, 2016
RightsAll Rights Available
Editors Sheila Black and Michael Northen (co-editors of the highly praised anthology Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability) join newcomer Annabelle Hayse to present short stories by Dagoberto Gilb, Anne Finger, Stephen Kuusisto, Thom Jones, Lisa Gill, Floyd Skloot, and others. These authors — all who experience the "disability" they write about — crack open the cage of our culture's stereotypes. We look inside, and, through these people we thought broken, we uncover new ways of seeing and knowing.

"I remember I believed all my problems would be solved, if only I were beautiful. Then I was beautiful."—Jonathan Mack, from his story "The Right Way to be Crippled and Naked."
Publishers Weekly
This powerful anthology attempts to—and succeeds at—intimately showing...disability through the lenses of poetry...What emerges from the book as a whole is a stunningly diverse array of conceptions of self and other.
- September 1, 2016 
Foreword Reviews
An anthology of finely crafted short fiction that represents the experiences of writers with disabilities. … The “voices” and “experiences” represented here are plural. The perspectives of writers with disabilities are not monolithic, nor is there one way to write from those perspectives.
- January 11, 2017  Visit Website
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