I’m a Disabled Woman Who Wants to See More Literary Characters Like Me
Searching the cultural landscape for references and role models, it’s not easy to find many women simply living their lives while disabled.
yes,I’m tired, just tired.
Me Before YouA Little LifeA Little Life,
I know that strategy,
Best American Essays
D/deaf Poets SocietyTiny Tim Review.
Marian Ryan is a writer and editor based in Berlin. Her work has appeared in Granta, The New York Times, Slate, Salon, and other publications. She is working on a collection of essays around violence, grief, and disability. Find her on Twitter: @marianryanese
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