In a strange turn of events, yesterday I was interviewed rather than being an interviewer. Check out this insightful interview by Susan Rocan. I learned a lot about myself when answering her questions
I wasn’t sure I’d have an interview for you today, but Derek Newman-Stille stepped up to the plate. Thanks so much, Derek! I’m so glad you got back to me so quickly. 🙂
I recently started following his blog because I love reading (and watching) fantasy and science fiction. Without further ado, I’d like to introduce him to you.
Welcome to my blog, Derek! Please begin by telling my readers a bit about yourself.
Thank you for inviting me. I am a PhD student in the Frost Centre for Canadian and Indigenous Studies at Trent University. My research is focused on the representation of disability in Canadian speculative fiction, particularly looking at the way monstrous protagonists (heroic werewolves, vampires, zombies, and other ghoulish creatures) are used to symbolise the issues that come up for people with disabilities like inaccessible space (there are just certain places a werewolf can’t…
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