Ad-Hoc Committee on Conference Accessibility
The AWP Ad-Hoc Committee on Conference Accessibility develops best practices for general conference accessibility, increases awareness of accessibility to the broader AWP membership, and strategizes solutions for city-specific accessibility obstacles. The overarching purpose of this committee is to establish consistent, open, and productive communication about accessibility at the AWP Annual Conference & Bookfair.
We would like to thank the members of this committee for their invaluable work.
Members of this committee include:
Raymond Luczak is the author and editor of twenty-five titles, including once upon a twin (Gallaudet University Press), Flannelwood (Red Hen Press), and Compassion, Michigan (Modern History Press). He is the editor of the literary journal Mollyhouse. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Khadijah Queen PhD, is the author of six books, including I'm So Fine: A List of Famous Men & What I Had On (2017), which was praised in O Magazine, the New Yorker, Rain Taxi, and the Los Angeles Review as “quietly devastating,” and “a portrait of defiance that turns the male gaze inside out.” Her essay about the pandemic, “False Dawn,” appears in Harper’s Magazine, and her latest book, Anodyne, was published in August 2020 by Tin House.
Kathi Wolfe’s poetry has appeared in Poetry, the New York Times, and other publications. Her most recent collection is Love and Kumquats: New and Selected Poems (BrickHouse Books, 2019). She is a contributor to the anthologies: QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology and Beauty Is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability. In 2020, Wolfe received a grant from PEN America Writers’ Emergency Fund. Wolfe was a 2008 Lambda Literary Foundation Emerging Writers Retreat Fellow. She was on Split This Rock’s original planning committee. She is a columnist with the Washington Blade, the LGBTQ paper.
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