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Meredith Doench Advocates for Disability Representation in Crime Fiction

Meredith Doench Advocates for Disability Representation in Crime Fiction

Update: 2022-05-24
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Ep 123:  Meredith Doench talks with Brad about being a nice person with a dark side, being a skilled literature and writing instructor, and her latest grim and gripping novel. Read the Queer Writers of Crime Guest Blog for her post on Disability and Crime Fiction.

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Meredith's article about disability and crime fiction on CrimeReads
crimereads.com/representationmatters-disability-and-crime-fiction/

Meredith Doench is the author of the Luce Hansen thriller series. Her work has appeared in literary journals such as Hayden's Ferry Review, Women's Studies Quarterly, and Gertrude. Her nonfiction essay "South Carolina, 2012" was nominated for a 2019 Pushcart Prize by The Tahoma Literary Review. She served as a fiction editor at Camera Obscura: Journal of Literature and Photography. Meredith lives in Ohio where she teaches creative writing, literature, and composition at the University of Dayton.

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Meredith Doench Advocates for Disability Representation in Crime Fiction

Meredith Doench Advocates for Disability Representation in Crime Fiction

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