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  • Paperback
  • 376
  • DA A ueer Disability Anthology
  • Raymond Luczak
  • English
  • 05 March 2017
  • 9781941960028

7 thoughts on “DA A ueer Disability Anthology

  1. says:

    This book is so needed The writing is exuisite I'm really not exaggerating when I say these are some of the best poems essays and short stories I've read in years You can read a full review at

  2. says:

    TW sex senceI enjoy it but the main issue is that some of them felt weird to rate due being about their life also if you going to read the e book like I did some stories or poetry look different than the physical copy and

  3. says:

    An interesting collection; I think in some ways the huge huge reach of it was helpful you get many perspectives a ton of different ways that people understand themselves in their own disabilities as well as their own relationships to ueerness and in other ways it was kind of a hinderance There was just so much and a lot of it felt a

  4. says:

    455 Some pieces are better reads than others

  5. says:

    I'm a little biased but I think this book is awesome So many different stories of how disability and ueerness are woven together in the lives of others So good

  6. says:

    Full disclosure I expected this book to be different in composition than it was and that has likely affected my experience with it The positives of this book is that there is representation of voices sometimes unheard in anthologies like this such as Deaf ueer folks folks without super academic or radical backgrounds and others That said I expected essays than there were I am not a big poetry person nor do I understand

  7. says:

    I didn't care for any of the longer works Enjoyed the poems though And always nice to read about people similar to and also different from me

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DA A ueer Disability Anthology

Strengths Here is a gathering of people with the transformative and political power of love that transcends gender and ability Ignorance is the biggest barrier. Full disclosure I expected this book to be different in composition than it was and that has likely affected my experience with it The positives of this book is that there is representation of voices sometimes unheard in anthologies like this such as Deaf ueer folks folks without super academic or radical backgrounds and others That said I expected essays than there were I am not a big poetry person nor do I understand what makes poetry good and bad When I found most of the entries in this book to be poetry I was disappointed There are also fiction and nonfiction stories told in here and sometimes it is difficult to tell which is which I found a couple of the stories to be downright detestable especially the one which is basically a woman talking about how ugly everyone is the story of the developmentally disabled man s parents setting him up on a date with an abled pedophile woman and various stories heralding assimilationism I don t know I am a ueer and trans disabled person who was hoping to read something I d relate to or gain something from than I did The entries that I did enjoy which tended to be the radical of the bunch such as Jax Jacki Brown and others I enjoyed a lot which is why this gets the middle of the road rating If you re a person who really enjoys poetry you will probably like this better than I did

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Featuring fiction poetry nonfiction and comics by 48 writers from around the world DA A ueer Disability Anthology proves that intersectionality isn't just a buz. TW sex senceI enjoy it but the main issue is that some of them felt weird to rate due being about their life also if you going to read the e book like I did some stories or poetry look different than the physical copy and they said every time I don t what is the difference But I think important to see people who are ueer but also with disables

review DA A ueer Disability Anthology

Zword It's a penetrating and unforgettable look into the hearts and souls of those defiant enough to explore their own vulnerabilities and demonstrate their own. An interesting collection I think in some ways the huge huge reach of it was helpful you get many perspectives a ton of different ways that people understand themselves in their own disabilities as well as their own relationships to ueerness and in other ways it was kind of a hinderance There was just so much and a lot of it felt a little whiplash y I m not sure it s a collection I would recommend reading all together though I think it can definitely be a resource for folks looking to add ueer disabled writing to like a syllabus or something like that Some of it I really enjoyed some of it was thought provoking and some of it was kind of just okay but I think worth having read across the board