Skip to the content
- Image Description
- Grace, a young, white woman, with light brown hair and glasses, wearing a floral, blue dress.
- Grace Lapointe
- United States
- Website and social media
- 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
- Additional Credentials