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Books, Fiction I'm a foreign language teacher, I speak English, French and Spanish and I already published a short story ''Dustin and The Flying Umbrella in a book for children Flyleaf Chronicles in New York. Now, I want to publish my firts book The Blue-Eyed Wizard and The Island of Exiles.
Music, Disability Rights, Disability Although it took me quite a while to realise the sort of work I needed to take on after university, it became much more clear that I wanted to be a writer after starting my blog offering information, advice and opinion about epilepsy and disability. My blog post writing skills are probably strongest point, but I have journalism and copywriting skills when needed. I’ll be happy to learn about and promote products and services that genuinely work well for others. I know more about epilepsy than any other disability but am also a keen member of the Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP). I've learned more about other disabilities, the history of disabled people’s rights and am very interested in writing more articles to raise awareness of disabled people’s issues - especially in the UK. I’m also fully in support of equality, and will be happy to help raise awareness of any sort of discrimination currently taking place in society. I achieved BA degree in Popular Musicology in the UK back in 2012, which gave me a decent knowledge about the history and culture of popular music. I also picked up music journalism skills and would be happy to write popular music-related articles or reviews if needed too. I live in Manchester, UK, and know a fair bit about my city too. I’m proud to have been born and bred here – it’s considered by many as first industrial city, and has since built up an amazing culture, relating to things like music, arts, media, sport, and nightlife. It’s an entertaining place for any people to explore, and I’d be willing to write relevant articles to discuss or promote anything around my town when it seems appropriate.
Media, Sports, Accessibility, Technology I am a freelance tech reporter who covers all thingsApple and accessibility.
Music, Feminism, LGBQT Sarah is an autistic music fan and avid feminist. She has a First Class Bachelor's degree in Sociology with Gender Specialism from the University of Warwick. She has been nominated for awards for her journalism, and has bylines in The Guardian and Counteract, Birmingham's number 1 indie music publication.
Media, Pop Culture, Books, Film, Fiction, Music, Politics, Sports, History I have just graduated from the University of East Anglia with a 2:1 BA Honours Degree in History, and am looking to begin my career in the field of journalism.
Ethics, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Feminism, LGBQT, Disability, Relationships, Sexuality They/them pronouns. Expertise includes chronic homelessness (US west coast specific); certain aspects of disability culture, rights, and accessibility; harm reduction for C-PTSD, and transgender rights. Writing styles include articles, non-fiction, fiction, and poetry.
Media, Music, Philosophy, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Criticism, Education, Disability Stefan Sunandan Honisch is a Banting Fellow, whose postdoctoral research at the University of British Columbia focuses on the relationship between aesthetics and politics in Helen Keller’s writings about her musical experiences as a Deafblind woman. His research appears in Music Theory Online, and Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy. In addition, he has contributed chapters to The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies, The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body, and Transnational Horror Cinema: Bodies of Excess and the Global Grotesque. Forthcoming publications include an article in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies. Honisch is on the Review Board of the Journal of Teaching Disability Studies and on the Editorial Board of Public Disability History.
Sciences, Military, Disability Culture, Disability Rights, Feminism, LGBQT, Disability, Service Animals, Travel Tenley Lozano holds a BS degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the US Coast Guard Academy and an MFA in Creative Writing from Sierra Nevada College. Her essays have appeared on The War Horse and Catapult Magazine websites, and in several anthologies. Tenley co-edited the anthology of military essays Incoming-Sex, Drugs, and Copenhagen: Veteran Writers on Escapism. She was awarded Crab Orchard Review’s 2017 John Guyon Literary Nonfiction Prize for an essay about PTSD and finding healing by backpacking with her service dog, Elu. Tenley is a Coast Guard veteran living in San Diego, California, where she works as a ship design engineer and technical writer.
Media, Pop Culture, Books, Music, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Education, Americans with Disabilities Act, Feminism, Disability, Technology, Travel, Lifestyle, Beauty Linea is co-author of the book Perfect Chaos: A Daughter's Journey to Survive Bipolar, A Mother's Struggle to Save Her with her mother Cinda Johnson. Linea is an international activist, writer, public speaker, and educator. She received her Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership from Brown University and currently works for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network. Linea is passionate about mental health in the workplace, post-secondary education, and empowerment for young adults living with mental illness. Linea also holds broader disability expertise within accessible technology, specifically the importance of accessible digital media, marketing, and communications. She also loves all things books, music, travel and of course...dogs.
Media, Politics, Disability Culture, Race, Relationships I am a Pro-Black writer, journalist and blogger with several years of experience. I am a recent MSW graduate from Wayne State University concentrating in Innovation in Community, Policy and Leadership with a emphasis on Policy. In addition to being a macro social worker, I am also a child welfare reform activist, parental rights, and social justice advocate. I'm currently a staff writer and journalist for I have severe osteoarthritis that severely limits my mobility and at times leaves me bedridden and in chronic pain. It is a condition that I have suffered from since the age of twelve stemming from a near fatal car crash wherein several bones were injured and broken requiring eleven surgeries thus far. By the grace of God, and despite my physical disabilities and the many traumatic difficulties that I have had to endure, I have been able to continue to move forward. A lifelong learner and consummate overachiever, I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in Public Administration specializing in non-profit management and policy. I will be I currently live in Detroit, Michigan. I was the first person in my family to graduate from college and to attend graduate school. I am the founder of both the #BlackMothersForCPSAbolition #BlackMothersForChildWelfareReform movements. As a tireless and outspoken parent and child welfare activist and advocate, I have managed to become a top writer in Racism on Medium where I also host and write regularly on my advocacy blog called Tagi's World. My work has been featured in in several publications including BlackMattersUs and Rise Magazine. I am an unabashed Malcomite and am passionate about and primarily focus my advocacy and activism efforts on child welfare and criminal justice reform. I truly enjoy helping people achieve their goals, whatever they may be. My dream is to found a non-profit organization that addresses the needs of oppressed populations, specifically Afro-Americans. My interests range from causes to music. I am also interested in reading, politics, and writing. When not spending time writing and thinking about how I can make the world a better place, I love watching historical documentaries and movies and relaxing with my husband Min. Laverne Tyronce Sr. and our son Laverne Jr.