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Criptiques Criptiques Is A Groundbreaking Collection Of Essays By Disabled Authors Examining The Often Overlooked, Provocative Sides Of Disability Exploring Themes Of Gender, Sexuality, Disability Crip Culture, Identity, Ableism And Much , This Important Anthology Provides Much Needed Space For Thought Provoking Discourse From A Highly Diverse Group Of Writers Criptiques Takes A Cue From The Disability Rights Slogan Nothing About Us Without Us, Illuminating Disability Experiences From Those With Firsthand Knowledge Criptiques Is For People Invested In Crip Culture, The Ones Just Discovering It, And Those Completely Unfamiliar With The Term.Authors Who Contributed To This Collection Include Elsa S Henry, Ibby Grace, Leroy Moore, Anna Hamilton, Rachel Cohen Rottenberg, Eva Sweeney, Emily Ladau, Cheryl Green, Mia Mingus, Stefanie Snider, Cara Liebowitz, Nitika Raj, Nina G Comedian, Ben G., Kay Ulanday Barrett, Cat Moran, William Alton, Lydia Brown, Robin Tovey, Alyssa Hillary, Bethany Stevens, Jen Rinaldi, Samantha Walsh, Danine Spencer, Riva Lehrer.


10 thoughts on “Criptiques

  1. says:

    POPSUGAR 2017 Reading Challenge prompt A book by or about a person who has a disability I think it s going to take some time for me to understand what exactly rubs me the wrong way about this collection On one hand, I m very happy that a book like this exists I want to lift the voices of marginalized people like me as much as possible.For whatever reason, I feel uncomfortable I feel like so many of these perspectives were white So many wereaffluent than I ll ever be It feels strange POPSUGAR 2017 Reading Challenge prompt A book by or about a person who has a disability I think it s going to take some time for me to understand what exactly rubs me the wrong way about this ...


  2. says:

    Some of these essays are SPOT ON, and some of them include great content but are less eloquent craft wise Ultimately, though, well worth the read.


  3. says:

    Great anthology of a wide demographic of disabled writers.


  4. says:

    This collection of essays collects works by disabled people about disability, crip community, and, in many of the pieces, navigating intersectional identities I knew I would enjoy the pieces by Eva Sweeney and Mia Mingus because of previous works I d read, but I...


  5. says:

    Excellent anthology of disability pride justice activist writing Extra points for a wide understanding of intersectionality how having other minority identities shapes one s experience of disability Accessible to someone just getting their feet wet as wel...


  6. says:

    Read for Disability Studies Reading Group Great collection of essays in all sorts of genres that really honors the voice experience of being disabled, in all its intersectionality.


  7. says:

    This is a fantastic and diverse anthology that is both validating and empowering as well as informative.


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