“You are going to read a book that will inspire you to write a book.” —Jennifer Lunden, author of American Breakdown: Our Ailing Nation, My Body's Revolt, and the Nineteenth-Century Woman Who Brought Me Back to Life
Tags: disability culture
“Isn’t poetry supposed to be a spiritual practice?” —John Lee Clark, author of How to Communicate
Faced with two separate causes of potential vision loss, an author reconsiders her identify as a “visual writer,” which has been integral to her mode of creating.
Seven poets and writers are among the class of 2022 Disability Futures fellows.
The author of Martha Moody finds new strategies to sustain her creative life after suffering a head injury.
The Ford Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have launched a fellowship program that honors disabled writers and artists in a variety of disciplines with grants of $50,000 each.