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Speculative Fiction

(Dis)ability Politics

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1muuranker
Aug 29, 2009, 5:26pm Top

I am building a reading list for myself of works of speculative fiction (including science fiction, fantasy and alternative history) which have one or more characters with disabilities.

Any recommendations?

For info: The books I own are over on Rivendell: Muuranker is for the 'to read' and 'read in a library' list.

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Edited: Mar 2, 2018, 6:25pm Top

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