Katherine Crighton

Katherine Crighton is a genre writer with over twenty years of experience in SF/F writing and publishing. They have, among other things, read slush for Tor Books, written reviews for Publishers Weekly, and worked as a production editor of environmental nonfiction and STEM textbooks. They’ve been published by Strange HorizonsLightspeedNightmare, and a variety of other markets, and are one of the sibling presenters on the No Story Is Sacred podcast, taking apart and putting stories back together again. As of October 2020, they are also a full, active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). They spend their days as a valiant English major working for Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Computer Science department. In 2022 they were also accepted into WPI’s Interactive Media and Game Design MFA program.

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Neurodiversity and Writing: There’s No One Correct Way to Write

May 13, 2023 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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Neurodiverse authors have always been around. However, some of the most famous writing advice out there — such as put your butt in a chair and write, or write 1000 words a day — can actually be harmful to or counterproductive for neurodiverse writers. In this panel, a group of neurodiverse authors will share writing advice that works for them and may also work for other writers who are autistic, have ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia, bipolar disorder, or other diverse ways of experiencing the world.

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