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Pointy Chances.

By Robert Kingett
May 7, 2020 · 73 words · 1 minute


From the author: A post talking about the accepted short story, Pointy Chances.


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Usually, when people see diversity in fiction, it's always framed around race or gender. I decided to ask, what about disability?

I started writing this story because the prompt was so engaging and the submission guidelines were very inclusive. One reader actually called it,

A high school rom com that was actually funny.

I just want disabled voices to be taken seriously. I hope I publish more in the future.


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Robert Kingett

Robert Kingett writes inclusive stories for disabled and LGBT+ readers.