“MY WRITING PROCESS BLOG TOUR”

Thanks to Katie O’Rourke, a brilliant Fiction writer working on her third book, for inviting me to participate in the “My Writing Process Blog Tour”. Read Katie’s response to the tour and discover more about her books featuring complex characters navigating life at: katieorourke.blogspot.com   Writing to me is an ever-evolving practice. To be honest, I often […]

Relationships are hard. Hard in a good way.  If we are in relationships that are authentic, beautiful, supportive and honest then we are also in relationships that are messy, difficult and hard work. We really cannot have one without the other. It’s a hard question to decide when a relationship is worth the investment. If we […]

Why I Say, “I Am Disabled” [A Response to People-First Language]

Dear Organizers Forum, At the end of the call, I believe it was Josue who was saying that we need to be the ones to speak up and educate others about intersectionality. Yet, it’s not that easy. I can’t count the times I have been in a room with Disability activists and people are moving […]

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then intersectionality work isn’t happening.

Dear Organizers Forum, At the end of the call, I believe it was Josue who was saying that we need to be the ones to speak up and educate others about intersectionality. Yet, it’s not that easy. I can’t count the times I have been in a room with Disability activists and people are moving […]