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|Shona Louise||Theatre, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, LGBQT, Disability, Sexuality||I'm a 22 year old blogger and freelance writer. I cover disability issues such as accessibility, public transport, debates like the plastic straw debate and more. I also cover accessibility within the theatre indsutry. I've written my blog for 8 years and have written for various publications such as Metro, The Guardian, Able Magazine and I am a published author in the book 'Rife: Twenty-One Stories from Britain's Youth'.|
|Zipporah Arielle||Media, Pop Culture, Books, Film, Theatre, Poetry, Fiction, Art, Politics, Ethics, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, History, Criticism, Education, Americans with Disabilities Act, Food, Feminism, Race, Religion, LGBQT, Disability, Relationships, Sexuality, Service Animals, Technology, Travel, Lifestyle, Beauty||25-year-old writer from Maine just beginning her career in journalism with her trusty service dog by her side.|
|Joshua Blake||Film, Poetry, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Criticism, Americans with Disabilities Act||I'm a student journalist attempting to get my bachelor's. I love analytical writings and video essays, and I like to write about disability issues since I have cerebral palsy.|
|Marcus Parks||Media, Pop Culture, Sciences, Books, Film, Television, Poetry, Fiction, Disability Culture, Accessibility, LGBQT, Disability, Relationships, Sexuality||I have always loved writing and reading, and really enjoyed my creative writing classes in school. Hoping to break into the freelance writing field and write about things I care about, such as disability and sex, disability in the gay community, disability in video games. Doing book/film reviews could also be cool.|
|Jamie J. LeClaire||Media, Pop Culture, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Education, Feminism, LGBQT, Disability, Relationships, Sexuality, Lifestyle||Bio: Jamie J. LeClaire (they/them) is a sex educator, freelance writer, and consultant. Their work centers sexual health and wellness, queer and trans identity, mental health, body politics, cannabis, chronic illness, and relationship diversity. You can find them on Twitter and Instagram at @jamiejleclaire and view their full portfolio at their website.|
|Kimberly M. Scott||Poetry, Education, Relationships||Kimberly Michelle Scott is from Montgomery, AL. She is a graduate of Liberty University where she attained her M. Ed. She is an emerging author with an original voice and a fresh perspective. From Now until Infinity: A Reflection into Womanhood is her first poetry collection released in 2006. Since then her follow-up book, From Infinity until Beyond: A Journey into Life, was published in 2010. Her poetry was previously published in The Penman Review. In 2017 she was honored as a Moe’s Hero for her memoir, From Victim to Victor. This memoir also appears in Amazon bestseller, HerStory, and is featured in May 2017 edition of Guidepost Magazine. As a previous freelance author, Kimberly’s articles can be found on various websites, including The Guardian. Her latest piece, Infiniteness, is a part of her long-standing list of poetry found in the three-book compilation, The Infinity Collection.|
|Lilian McCarthy||Media, Pop Culture, Books, Television, Poetry, Art, Politics, Philosophy, Sports, Disability Culture, History, Criticism, Feminism, LGBQT, Disability, Relationships, Sexuality, Travel||Lilian McCarthy is a budding writer, artist, and cultural commentator offering insights from the perspective of a feminist queer millennial. Her primary areas of focus are LGBTQ lived experiences and their representation in media. Lilian is a student at Smith College in Northampton, MA where she is studying Comparative Literature. She devotes her free time to reproductive justice advocacy and fabric arts.|
|Amy Gaeta||Media, Sciences, Books, Film, Television, Fiction, Art, Politics, Military, Sports, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Criticism, Feminism, LGBQT, Disability, Sexuality, Technology||Amy Gaeta is a Ph.D. candidate in the Literary Studies and Visual Cultures (doctoral minor) programs at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her work focuses on human-technology relations within the context of mass surveillance, war, and everyday life in the contemporary U.S. Amy’s dissertation, “Drone Life,” arranges aspects of Disability Studies, Visual Culture Studies, and Feminist Technoscience studies. Beyond academic work, she devotes her time to disability activism, especially for invisible disabilities and neurodivergency. She has published on eating disorders, feminist pedagogy, emotional labor, crip futures, and sports & politics.|
|Cody Marsh||Medicine, Law, Theatre, Poetry, Fiction, Disability Culture, Accessibility, Disability Rights, Americans with Disabilities Act, Food, Religion, Disability||Cody Marsh lives in Northeast Texas with his wife and children. He is a fitness trainer specializing in corrective exercise for people with disabilities, and is currently conpleting premedical coursework. His works of fiction and poetry have been featured in Flash Fiction, Dreamers, and Bold+Italic magazines. His writing interests at present include eco-journalism and creative nonfiction.|
|richa saxena||Medicine, Books||i am an obstetrician and gynecologist, unable to continue clinical practice due to health reasons. i suffered from an ischemic stroke in 2004, which affected the left side of my body, particularly the left arm. Since then i have entered the field of writing, publishing and teaching. i have authored nearly 10 books in obstetrics and gynecology. i also write fiction in my free time.|