FWF2020 Feminism for All — Recommended Reading

JAX JACKI BROWN‘s writing has been published in: Kindred: 12 Queer #LoveOzYA Stories, Michael Earp (ed), Walker Books, Growing up Queer in Australia, Benjamin Law (ed), Black Inc and What’s in a Name? Perspectives from Non-Biological and Non-Gestational Queer Mothers, Sherri Martin-Baron, Raechel Johns &Emily Regan Wills (ed), Demeter Press.

Book recommendations
Disability Visibility, Alice Wong, Penguin 
Brilliant Imperfection, Eli Clare, Duke University Press
Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice, Leah Lakshmi Piepznia-Samarasinha, AK Press

Online recommendations
Disability Visibility Project — an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture.
Queer Stories podcast with Maeve Marsden.
We’ve got this — a podcast with Hilary Harper and Michael Mackenzie about parenting with disability.

ZOYA PATEL is the author of No Country Woman: A memoir of not belonging, Hachette.

Book recommendations
The Vanishing Half, Brit Bennett, Hachette
A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing, Jessie Tu, Allen & Unwin

Online recommendation
Margin Notes — a podcast by Yen Eriksen and Zoya Patel on feminism, race and identity.

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