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Sunday, April 18 • 02:00 - 02:50
Neurodiversity in SFF

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Science fiction, fantasy, and neurodiversity are interwoven in myriad ways. In this panel, four authors speak on writing with, about, and for neuroatypical brains.


Marlee Jane Ward

Marlee Jane Ward is a writer living on Wurundjeri Land in Melbourne, Australia. She grew up on Awabakal and Kuring-gai country on the Central Coast of New South Wales. She studied creative writing on Tharawal lands at the University of Wollongong, and is an alum of the Clarion West... Read More →

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Alexei Collier

Alexei Collier is a disabled and neurodivergent human who writes fantasy inspired by science and science-fiction inspired by folklore. He was born in sunny Southern California, grew up in a house his family moved into on his very first Halloween, and went to school in a creepy old... Read More →

Saf Davidson

Lead Narrative Designer, Eggnut
Writer, editor, podcasted, and narrative designer. I've been working in games for 6 years, edited on narrative award-winning This, Too, Shall Pass, wrote a dynamic community-driven backstory for Before We Leave, and was a SJV best new talent nominee for 2019. I have two finished serials... Read More →
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Sarah Terentiev

Sarah Terentiev lives in the wilds of North Texas. VP of Community Outreach for the DFW Writers’ Workshop, she writes speculative short stories including "Danger Noodle" in Silk & Steel: A Queer Speculative Adventure Anthology. ADHD, pansexual, agender (she/any), and battling her... Read More →

Malcolm Schmitz

Malcolm Schmitz is a queer author of SF/F. He enjoys writing, worldbuilding, and streaming Sims antics.

Sunday April 18, 2021 02:00 - 02:50 UTC
  Writing, Panel