As a Disabled Writer, I Know My Stories Are Worth Telling
These worlds I dearly love, with science-fiction that supersedes the science in our reality, deserve Smart Drives and automatic doors and disabled heroes, too.
Was it SoCal, or up north? Did I imagine that?
Just circling around againonly because I need to confirm with the librarian
Let’s do it!
DuneDo Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Nihil de nobis, sine nobis
Ace lives and works in Oakland, California with her fiancé, Derek, and their pack of wild beasts. She lives with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, dysautonomia, and endometriosis, which all make for a particularly rebellious meatcage. She's a freelance writer and artist who worked as a mortician before opening Harper's Promise, an in-home pet euthanasia practice co-owned with Derek. When not reading, she's probably tweeting @mortuaryreport
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