Accessing the Future Link Round Up (Week 1)

Monday, 11 August 2014 13:12

The Accessing the Future campaign turned one week old this weekend and we (my co-editor Djibril al-Ayad and I) have been busy spreading the word. Thankfully, we've had a lot of cool and generous people blog about the anthology or interview us about the ideas behind Accessing the Future. Also, Jo Thomas kicked off a blog hop where we invite writers and readers to reflect on the role of disability and power in a recent work. Here are all of the links in one place:

I'll post another link round up next Monday as we continue to take over the internet. Until then, please help boost the signal and contribute to Accessing the Future!

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