ID: Zoom video snapshot. Top left: Robert Kingett, a slim white man wearing a black shirt, cream pants, and holding up a mirror for a bathroom selfie. Top right: Cait Gordon, a white woman with silver medium length hair, red rimmed glasses, silver and black headphones, and a black T-shirt. Her background is a purple to orange gradient space sky with the In the ’Cosm logo to the top right of her. Bottom photo: Randy Lacey, a white man with brown hair, brown-rimmed glasses, a goatee, and wearing a black T-shirt. He's smiling as he speaks into his hanging microphone.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1, Ep6: The Artificial Divide Between the Blind and the Sighted, with Robert Kingett and Randy Lacey

Season 1 ends with a bang editors Robert Kingett and Randy Lacey speak to me about their upcoming anthology, Artifical Divide. This collection of fiction stories is written by authors who are Blind, visually impaired, or who have low vision. You can listen to this episode by clicking the embedded Spotify widget, or you can …

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ID: Zoom snapshot of Canadian author Christina Robins (on the left, laughing. Christina has tawny-rosy skin and long wavy auburn hair, tied back. She’s wearing a brown-black top and is holding a sky-blue Wonder Woman mug. She is sitting in a pale grey room and there's a black cat on the couch behind her. Cait Gordon is on the right, against a spacey backdrop with the In the ’Cosm logo.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1, Ep5: Diversity representation in fiction (and why Jackie Collins is awesome) with Christina Robins

CW: Mentions of sex trafficking, relationship abuse, and child abuse Emerging Canadian author Christina Robins shares her point of view about sex work and writing a protagonist who is a sex worker in her newly released novella, Entanglements. She also explains why autistic characters are not “too much,” and how she loves reading and writing …

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ID: Zoom snapshot of Canadian author Su J. Sokol (on the left, smiling. Su is a white woman with long grey hair, braided on the side. Xe is sitting in a green room and there's a stringed instrument hanging on the wall and Cait Gordon on the right, against a spacey backdrop with the In the ’Cosm logo.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1 Ep4: From A (as in seeking asylum) to Zee with Su J. Sokol

You can listen to this episode by clicking the embedded Spotify widget, or you can stream the podcast from  Anchor.fm, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Google Podcasts. You can also watch it (with CC) on my YouTube Channel! (Click the bell on my YouTube channel to be notified when new episodes are published!) (Please scroll down to read the …

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ID: Zoom snapshot of Canadian author Sue Taylor Davidson (on the left, smiling. She is a white woman with silvery-white hair and she is sitting in her office, wearing a black and silver headset, brown-rimmed glasses, and pale blue sleevesless top) and Cait Gordon on the right, against a spacey backdrop with the In the ’Cosm logo.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1 Ep3: The mystery of Shakespeare’s authorship, writing through grief, and the importance of humour with Sue Taylor-Davidson

You can listen to this episode by clicking the embedded Spotify widget, or you can stream the podcast from  Anchor.fm, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Google Podcasts. You can also watch it (with CC) on my YouTube Channel! (Click the bell on my YouTube channel to be notified when new episodes are published!) (Please scroll down to read the …

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ID: Cait and Stephen Graham King on Zoom during the recording of this podcast episode.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1 Ep2: Space opera galore, worldbuilding, and character development with Stephen Graham King

You can listen to this episode by clicking the embedded Spotify widget, or you can stream the podcast from  Anchor.fm, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Google Podcasts. You can also watch it (with CC) on my YouTube Channel! (Click the bell on my YouTube channel to be notified when new episodes are published!) (Please scroll down to read the …

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