PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, all of my currently scheduled book events have been CANCELLED until further notice. Stay safe, everyone!
I love doing book events, so if you are interested in having me speak at your literary festival/conference/class, or if you would like to bring me to your local bookstore, please do get in touch. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot do public events in spaces that are not wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible means, at minimum, that an event has wheelchair-accessible entry (no stairs) and easy access to wheelchair-accessible washrooms. A wheelchair accessible stage (or no stage at all) is also appreciated if at all possible. Further accessibility measures (ASL, captioning, scent-free environments, etc) are always welcomed and encouraged. For tips on how to make your literary event accessible, check out this great resource.
- Saturday, April 4, 9:00am: “Different Worlds and Different Bodies: The Disabled Body in Literature” Discussion Class
- Accessibility Info: This discussion class is located in Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel, across the hall from a single-occupant, wheelchair accessible restroom. All session rooms at Muse & the Marketplace will have chairs removed from theater style seating for attendees using wheelchairs or other mobility devices, in addition to companion seating options.
- For detailed accessibility information on the Park Plaza Hotel, please see their accessibility statement.
- For more information on the #MUSE2020 conference, please visit their website.
- “The Disability Narrative”. With Dorothy Ellen Palmer and Rasiqra Revulva
- Accessibility Info: gritLit 2020 takes place in Homewood Suites by Hilton in downtown Hamilton. All sessions take place in wheelchair accessible rooms with easy access to wheelchair accessible washrooms. For detailed accessibility information, please visit the hotel website.
- Details TBA