Monthly Archives: December 2014

#chooselove

One of my best friends from undergrad is a wheelchair user and, like me, a writer. She and I had brunch a couple of weeks ago and we discussed how stories of people with disabilities are often classifiable as disability … Continue reading

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#twocents

Zoe Sugg’s book was (at least partially) ghostwritten. I’m not surprised, but it’s not a bad thing. Many people have their books ghostwritten and have extra support from writers and editors. Publishing is a collaborative business. It’s about a relationship … Continue reading

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#verity

“There’s no coming to consciousness without pain.” – Carl Jung A couple of months ago, I wrote a post about what I would say to parents whose children have cerebral palsy (#safetynet). I have been working with disability writing and … Continue reading

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#hashtagurgh

My last blog post was about my feelings of self indulgence regarding blogging about myself. I’ve managed to kind of figure out where the feeling comes from. I don’t wish to offend anyone, but I feel that this needs to … Continue reading

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