Writer Sarah Katz grew up in Maryland and attended schools for kids with hearing impairments. But when she got to college, she found herself marginalized, PBS Newshour reports.
Katz says people with disabilities often feel invisible in the literary world.
“There’s been a lot of controversy about how people with disabilities are represented in the literary community, and whether publishers are really giving a platform for disabled writers, and also the diversity of disability literature,” she told PBS.
So she founded an online literature and art magazine that encourages writers and artists with any kind of disability to contribute.
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