Disabled Writers is a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, and journalists connect with disabled sources. Our goal is specifically to promote paid opportunities for multiply marginalized members of the disability community, and to encourage editors and journalists to think of disabled people for stories that stretch beyond disability issues. 

 

Leandra Vane

Image: A woman with glasses and brown hair smiles in an art studio. Pink streamers hang from the ceiling. She wears a black dress, brown vest, and has a cameo at her collar. 

Contact Leandra: theunlacedlibrarian at gmail.com

 Leandra Vane is a sexuality writer and speaker. Her work tackles topics including relationship styles, disability, kink, sexual fantasy, and intellectual freedom. Her fiction has been published in numerous erotica anthologies and essays have appeared on various sexuality sites. She is a Certified Public Librarian and holds a Bachelor’s degree in language arts with a psychology minor. She writes a book review blog entitled The Unlaced Librarian.

You can find Leandra on her websiteFacebookGoodreads, Instagram @theunlacedlibrarian, Twitter @Leandra_Vane

Clips: 

Math Magazine, May 2017: Why I've Always Wanted to Write for a Porn Magazine

Refinery29, October 2016: Tell Me A Secret

Hot Octopuss, April 2016: Leandra Vane on Disability and Sex Stigma

Leandra is available as a source and for personal essays. 

Additional communication availability: Phone, videoconference

Languages: English (fluent), American Sign Language (conversational)

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