Glad Day Bookshop
499 Church Street, Toronto
Dorothy Ellen Palmer will the share stories of her experiences as a disability sensitivity reader, exploring the do's and don'ts, the reach and limitations, the boundaries and ethics, of working collaboratively with abled writers. She will also talk about how disability sensitivity reading has helped her to understand the need for sensitivity readings in general, and to ask the question, "How can we work together towards the respectful representation of marginalized identities?"
Readers: Judy Rebick, Jim Nason, Anubha Meht, Vicky Moufawad-Paul