Realism and Disability in the Apocalypse at Adventures of a Bookonaut

Posted By on Apr 4, 2015 | 0 comments


Defying Doomsday logo - lightningThe second stop on our blog tour is at Adventures of a Bookonaut.

Holly Kench talks about realism and disability in the apocalypse:

“I’ve heard some people argue that having disabled characters in apocalypse fiction is unrealistic.

Apparently, in science fiction, the reanimation of the dead is possible. So is an alien invasion. But a disabled person surviving during an apocalypse? Now that’s just silly. We can only take suspension of disbelief so far, and that is the line.”

Read more at Adventures of a Bookonaut: http://bookonaut.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/guest-post-realism-and-disability-in.html

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