From an early age, Madison Parrotta was paranoid that she’d never be able to read. When she was proven wrong, she devoured as many books as she could. As Madison grew older and continued to read, she noticed the lack of people like herself (i.e. that were disabled). At this point, she knew she wanted to work with books that were written by disabled writers or were about disability in a way that dismantled ableism.
Madison Parrotta is a freelance dramaturg and editor interested in making the worlds of theatre and publishing a place where disability is welcomed and accessibility is the norm. Currently she is the senior editor for Includas Publishing and a literary intern at The Seymour Agency. She’s also an avid reader and book collector.
Madison’s favorite genre is YA, but she’s open to reading anything.
Sensitivity / Expert
- Wheelchair user
- Spinal Muscular Atrophy
- Disability in Theater
- Ableist Physician Experiences
- Adaptive Technology
- Physical Therapy
- Disabled Sexuality