I write for Folks magazine. They feature people living with disabilities or chronic illness, but their ethos matches mine – the stories are about who these people are, not their Continue Reading →
The reading challenge I’m running with my flatmate next year is off to a good start! By which I mean, I’m a massive nerd and I’ve started the first book, Continue Reading →
To be a writer is to be alone. All of us know this. We know that to work, we must be solitary. Yet, we must also cultivate a life to write Continue Reading →
There’s two things that happen with chronic illness and disability. One; your body will change irrevocably. Two; you are not supposed to care.
Tomorrow is International Day of Persons With Disabilities. The theme this year is “transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all.”
Wondering what to get the feminist in your life? Here’s some festive ideas!