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Grace, a young, white woman, with light brown hair and glasses, wearing a floral, blue dress.
United States
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Grace Lapointe is a writer from Massachusetts who has cerebral palsy. Her fiction has appeared in Kaleidoscope, Deaf Poets Society, and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. Her essays have appeared in Thought Catalog, Wordgathering, as part of Grub Street's Why I Write series, and in The Body is not an Apology. Her interests include disability studies, literary criticism, literary/critical theory, fiction writing, personal essays, politics, feminism, film, and music. As an intern at Beacon Press in 2013, she wrote publicity materials for A Disability History of the US by Kim Nielsen. An essay that she wrote on Ursula K. Le Guin as a 20-year-old Stonehill College junior in 2009 was included on the syllabus for a 2019 college literature course on Le Guin. Fiction that she wrote as an undergrad has also been published. Grace is also a contributor at Book Riot.
Media, Pop Culture, Books, Film, Television, Theatre, Poetry, Fiction, Music, Politics, Ethics, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, History, Criticism, Americans with Disabilities Act, Feminism, Religion, Disability
Source, Personal Essays, Opinion Editorial, Essays, Criticism, Copyediting, Editing, Sensitivity Reading, Podcast Appearances
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