Elevating diverse voices, publishing multi-genre works

A black woman with long hair and an orange sweater is smiling as she speaks into a professional microphone.

Call for Auditions! We are looking for a variety of audio book narrators for multiple projects to be accomplished in 2022. Learn more about this opportunity!

Also: The call for submissions for the Nothing Without Us Too anthology (Edited by Cait Gordon and Talia C. Johnson) is open until January 31, 2022! Seeking fiction stories by authors who, with their protagonists, are disabled, d/Deaf, Blind or have low vision, neurodivergent, and/or they manage mental illness and/or chronic conditions. Read more>>

Book cover image: Black background with a red and white DeafBlind cane forming the last letter I in Alternative Divide
Artificial Divide, edited by Robert Kingett and Randy Lacey
Book cover image: Navy blue background with various glowing runes floating around two men, naked from the waist up. One looks human and the other one has skin like stone. They are embracing.
Beyond the Stone,
by Jamieson Wolf
Book cover image: a human and a bunch of creatures sitting around a table, drinking coffee.
Coffee Shop Between the Verses,
by Éric Desmarais

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Call for auditions!

We are looking for a variety of audio book narrators for multiple projects to be accomplished in 2022. You will find a description of the various projects at the bottom of this text. To make your final recordings, you will be working on your own equipment at home. Please note that we only expect raw… Continue reading Call for auditions!

AfriCANthology: Perspectives of Black Canadian Poets: Get your copy today!

Truth spoken plainly and powerfully is difficult to dismiss and impossible to ignore. Edited with purpose by Greg Frankson, AfriCANthology: Perspectives of Black Canadian Poets brings together some of Canada”s most influential dub, page, and spoken word poetic voices and gives them space to speak freely about their personal journeys in piercing verse and unapologetic… Continue reading AfriCANthology: Perspectives of Black Canadian Poets: Get your copy today!

Dorothy Palmer

Dorothy Ellen Palmer is a mom of two, a binge knitter, a former English/Drama teacher, improv coach and union activist, now a disabled senior writer and disability activist. Her novel, When Fenelon Falls, (Coach House) and adoption-disability memoir, Falling for Myself, (Wolsak and Wynn), were acclaimed by The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, and… Continue reading Dorothy Palmer