Wordgathering

A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature

Volume 12     Issue 3     September 2018

INDEX OF AUTHORS

Below is an alphabetical list of all of the poets who have been published in Wordgathering, including the names of their poems and the issue in which they were published indicated by the month (March, June, September, December) and last two digits of the year. These are followed by lists of the book reviews, essays, interviews, fiction, visual arts/music, book excerpts, drama, reading loops,responses, and Gatherer's blog that have been published. An asterisk (*) next to a poets name indicates that he or she has been published in one of these others genres in addition to poetry.

Poetry

  • Millicent Borges Accardi*, The Body Music of Thalidomide (M07); Music Remembered from the Womb; He Talks of Guns; Why Not Irish (J11); What the Water Gives Me; Under Different Conditions (S16)
  • Saundra Adams, Weeds (M11)
  • Paridhi Agarwal, Idiopathic (J15)
  • Indira Allegra, Withdrawal from Paxil into June (M07); Seasonal Affective Disorder (J08); Anointed (M08)
  • Timothy Allen*, Just Beyond (D16)
  • Natalie Altman, I'd Rather Be Bi-Coastal (M08)
  • William Alton, Five Poems (J14)
  • Michael Amram*, Pros and Cons of Publishing (M16); The Counter (J16)
  • Judi Brannan Armbruster, FMS; Klamath River Meditation (M11)
  • Fani Athanasiadou, The Weather (M17)
  • Katie Aubrecht, Science of Spirit Writing; Madnesss Transpired (M12)
  • Peter Austin, In the Glass; The Perfect Child (J07)
  • Trish Ayer*, The Cradle (D07)
  • Issac Bacik, Circles; Looking in the Mirror (D16)
  • Barbara Baldwin, The German Version (S11)
  • Prerna Bakshi, I Can Hear You (S15)
  • Khairani Barokka*, poem for r; Closing of the Bones (S15)
  • Glenda Barrett, Family Ties (J07); Four Poems (M10)
  • Jennifer Bartlett*, A Field Guide to the Body (S07); from Autobiography (J11); Field Guide to the Body (D12)
  • Michael Basile , Laundry Room Enigma; Precious Few (D09)
  • Jeanette Beale, Untitled Insomnia; Aftershocks (D08)
  • B. W.Beardsley, a r      m; Shards of Missing Pieces; she left the house this morning (M17)
  • Mandy Beattie, Take My Hand; Cotton Wool (S09); Your Looks Belie You (D09); Be Still (D10)
  • Greg Beatty, Fishing from a Wheelchair (M11)
  • Sandra Becker, Benjamin (M15)
  • Dominika Bednarska, Cripple; My Friend Paul Says (M11)
  • Ekiwah Adler Belendez, Hard New England Winter; The Woods (J14)
  • Greg Bell, To Begin Again (M17)
  • Jim Bell, Waist High (J11)
  • Sally Bellerose, Grasshopper; Dementia Wine (S13)
  • Kate Bernadette Benedict, Holding Up (J14); Tinnitus (S14)
  • Linda Benninghoff*, Winter; When the Roads Cry Out (M11); St. Paul St.; Springime in the City (J11); To Margaret (D11); The Shell (S13); Abandoned in the Woods; Sorting through (D13); In Your Room (J14); No One Can Discover the World for Someone Else; Ocean, Emotion, Shun (S14)
  • Mike Berger, Adaptation (J10); Peggy (12)
  • Robert Beveridge, The Living Dead; help; Crowd (S18)
  • Cathy Best, Untitled (S08)
  • J V Birch, Extramarital Bliss (J16)
  • Cheyenne Black, Broken Sonnet for T10/11; The Abrasions of a Swell (S17)
  • Sheila Black*, What You Mourn (M07); Epic (M10); Las Dos Fridas (S10); Psalm; How it Might have Happened (D10); To Avalon; The Ashes (M12); Disability 101 (D15); The News That is Found There; Half Life; Fir Tree; PTSD (J18)
  • Ann Bogle* Basil Distance (M10)
  • Richard Boughton, Lost in Thought; Fate; Time (J08); Branch and Vine; The Season (D08)
  • Sylvia Bowersox, After the War; Television (S16)
  • Maria Brady-Smith, Invisible Tiger (J07)
  • Suzanne Bratcher, Gardening in MS (S08)
  • Emily Brenchi, Edge (D16)
  • Susan Buchanan, A Bright Green Path (D11)
  • Janet Buck, Votives Down to the Metal Plate (S15)
  • Michelle Y. Burke, Delicate; Show Horse (S11)
  • Mark Burnhope*, To My Familar Quequeeg; The Ideal Bed; The Church, the House and Fisherman's Walk (M13); A Creed for Miscarriers; To My Parallel-Parked King, richard III; I Still Recoil at the Taste of Fast Mustard (S14)
  • Jimmy Burns*, Scrap Man; Exit Tune; Continuation of the Day (D09); Released; Grandma's Lincoln; Other Bloc (J10) Duel; Waiting for Repair of Electric Wheelchair (S10); The Darkness; Down/Up (D10); A Jar of Pickles; After a Neighbor Passes (M11); Stretch; Fall Vignettes (D11); Teacher; Winter[2]; Diction of Disability (J12)
  • Zoe Bush, Wisdom of an Old Crow (M18)
  • Elena Caban, Poem of the Psychotic (S15)
  • Linda Carney-Goodrich, Before the Doctor Delivers the Word; Two Doctors on the Same Day; Mother to Son (M18)
  • Ann M. Carson, Bigger Than Expected (D10); Lung Percussion; Home-Going Drama; Lantern for the Dark (J13)
  • Rebecca Carter, Moribund (J08)
  • Ron Cervero, Psych (S08)
  • C. E. Chaffin*, Too Many Voices; About the Bracelet (S08); Pantoum on Jack London's "To Build a Fire" (M09); Up late With My Haring Impaired Love; To His Love Asleep (J09)
  • Renee Chaisson, Dimenuendo (S16)
  • Tasha Chemel*, Reduction (M14); Lessons (S14); Planet of the Intermittantly-Sighted (M16)
  • Deborah Chenault-Green, No More Tears (J08)
  • Marlena Chertock, As we ran in the backyard (S16)
  • Abigail Chorley, palsy (M17)
  • Mbizo Chirasha, Scorpion Rhythm of My Sting (J10)
  • Lisa J. Cihlar, A Cherry Tree; You and I Washing the Dog at Midnight (S08); Bone (D08); Sitting in the Chari Waiting for My Father at the Salvage yard; Learning Long Division (J12)
  • John Lee Clark*, The Only Way Signing Can Kill Us (J09); On My Return from a Business; Trip (J10); The Bully (M12); It IS Necessary (D12); Goldilocks in Denial (J15)
  • John Thomas Clark*, Man Overboard; The Wicker Man; Take it Away (D07); Bogman; Out of Touch (M08)
  • Katherine M. Clarke, When I Could Walk (S17)
  • Laurie Clemens*, The Doctor Said a Domestic Hobby is Therapeutic; N to the Zero Power (D10)
  • Sue Clennell, Since the Darkness (S14)
  • Tyrone Cobb, Broken Mirror; Limitations (M13)
  • Anita Cohen, The Last Time (J08)
  • Bob Coley, Jr., The hard steel rails... (S08)
  • Ned Condini, In the Farmer's Hut (S07)
  • Cheryl Conway, You Look So Good (M08)
  • Maryann Corbett, Eighth Circle; Ballade for the Last Move (J14)
  • Nina Corwin, Ligamentary, my dear; 86 (de-generate) (D10)
  • Nancy R. Crocker, The 100% World (J17)
  • Linda A. Cronin*, In the Beginning (D07); Dream Bones; Flash Essay on Beauty; Jersey Girl (M08); Fifth Grade Division; Memories (M09); Like Feathers, Like Wings (S11); Because It's Mine; I Refuse (S15) Gathering Dust (D15)
  • Barbara Crooker*, Listening to the Mockingbird (M07); The Mother of a Disabled Child Dreams of Respite (D07); The Knot Garden; Les Effets De Deige; Blues for Karen (M10); 45s, LPs (J10); Simile (S10); Frida Kahlo Speaks (D10); We Are Living in Magritte Weather; Strewn (M11); It Was Like This (S11); It Was Like This (J12); Plentitude (M12)
  • Carrie Cuinn, Tomorrow I Will Bury My Dream in the Dirt and Let it Go (S16)
  • Peter Daniels, New Creation; Down and Up (S12)
  • Kareen Liez E. Datoy, Feel Marcello (S08)
  • Mary Krane Derr, Special Education; Umpteenth PunctureWeeds (S12)
  • Arturo Desimone, Biology Class in Aruba; Field (S12)
  • Amber DiPietra*, Stretch; reservoir for oculus sisnister (M12)
  • Aleksandra Djordjevic, Loves Androgynous; Poetic Countenance (S11); Like a Hyacinth (M12)
  • Liz Dolan, A Half a Block Behind Him on the boardwalk (M09); My Three Year Old Grandson has Downs; May All Your Children Be Gymnasts (J09)
  • Dotty Holcomb Doherty, Make Them Wonder (D09)
  • Carol Dorf, Meditation on Error (J11)
  • Kara Dorris*, Osteochondra Lineage (J11); Defining Janus Words; A Fish-Eye Lens View Of (S11); from For & Against Sara, (M13) you say remember; wonder and repetition (J14) Antique Mall: Benbrook, Texas; Elegy for Eulogy, TX and the River that Was; Prayer for Winter (J15)
  • Karen Downs-Barton, Stalker in the Fog(D16)
  • Olfa Drid, Dis-Abled (M16)
  • Monika Dryburgh, Inching Towards Yes; Sleeping Sickness (D10)
  • Sarah Dubinsky, The Crowing of Voronezh (M18)
  • Tessara Dudley, Sirens (S16)
  • Janelle Eckardt, American Airlines (D17); Good Girl (M18)
  • Meg Eden*, Toaster Oven Hysterectomy (J12); As Winter Comes; The House Reconstruction Begins (M14)
  • Catherine Edmunds*, Finger Painting; Long Way Home (D10); When He Needs Silence; Scratched Record (M14)
  • Morris Eidelsberg, UnVaginas; Peace in the Middle East; I'll Put it This Way (D16)
  • Angele Ellis, Bust of a Child; Words for E (D16)
  • Kristina England, Girl Sent Away, Forced to Wear Dark Glasses (J14)
  • Trace Estes*, Shell-Shocked (S08); Mirth as a Stage of Grief; An Agent of Chaos Exposes a Live Wire in the Church Basement (M14)
  • Ann Eustace, BiPolar Roller Coaster (D09); Store Panic in Santa Land (D10); The Lonely Sea of a High Functioning Resident (D11); Bipolar (D12); Wolf Visitor (J16)
  • Anna Evans*, Fruit Flies (M07, S08); Paean to My Flaws (D07); After the Surgery (M08); Beauty in the Unexpected (S09); Inconclusive Appointment with the Specialist (S13)
  • Ashley Ewing, Shadows (M09)
  • Firestone Feinberg, A Fearful Masque Dishonesty (S14)
  • Mike Ferguson, Sea Today; Doors (J17)
  • Michelle Fernandez*, Watching the sunset through an indeterminate number of eyes (D10); Sherman Alexie Signed My Book (S14)
  • Jim Ferris*, And I Live in This Place (S09); What it Tastes Like; Surrounded by Wealthy Physicians, I Confess; The Way of the Cross; Flouride (J11); On Metal Crutches (M12); A Little Bit Hungry; Tell Aristotle; Frida de Los Muertos (S13); For Himself (S15)
  • Lynn Fetterolf, Amputees; Trading Voices for Eyes (M12)
  • David Flynn, The Heart (M16)
  • Jake R. Ford, 3 AM (J18)
  • Rebecca Foust* ,The Visitation; Eighteen (D07); Empathy (D08); Books for the Blind; Fear (M09); Frog; Almost (D09); His First Death; Altoona to Anywhere (D10)
  • Linda Fuchs*, The Deer is on the Wrong Side of the Fence (S07); Psych; Driftwood (J09); scattered; bi-polar (S09)
  • Anna Garza G'z*, At the Chinese Kitchen; After Twenty Years of Blindness (S13); Interpreting; Encounter; Resumen (J14)
  • Eric Gadzinski, Matin; Tattoo (M08); Turbulence (M10)
  • Jeanine Hall Gailey, Today the Speech Pathologist; What You've Lost; Our Bodies Cannot Hold Us (M18)
  • Fran Gardner, Stumble Song; Coyote (M09); Lady With a Green Cane (J09)
  • Vera Gelvin, Staying Alive; Making Peace with Death (J11)
  • Alison Gerhard, An Obsessive Confessional; Punctuation; Joy Ride (S18)
  • Venetia Ghozlan, A Hostile Takeover; Morning Worship (S10); Pariah (J10)
  • Jade Gibson, Speakers (D08)
  • Lisa Gill, In the Room Next to Anne Sexton; Dolly Shots (D11); Manifestations of Thwart and Opine for Curved Bill Thrasher and Toy Piano (M15)
  • Elizabeth Glixman*, Homemakers; To Barbara W. Diva (J11)
  • Tony Gloeggler, UndercoverBenjamin (M15); In the Building; The Weather (M16); Visitors Day at the Group Home; War Stories (S16)
  • Jessica Goody, Learning to Walk; Stockings (M15); Drawing Blood (J15); 263 Prinsengracht (D16)
  • Mitchel Grabois, Lamps (J15)
  • Yvette Green*, Hardsticks (J09); Pulitzer Prize (J11); Apple Tobacco and Gasoline (M17)
  • Stephanie Green*, Crime Biscuits; Two Warriors and the Lost Words (D08)
  • Kathleen Grieger, Rummaging in the Mind; Checking Me Out (M08)
  • Kate Grisim*, Sick Kids (M15)
  • Ona Gritz*, There Among the Haves; Twelve Years Old, Swimming (S07); Stride Right; Night Brace; Hemiplegia II (J09); No; Prologue (J10); The Elephant and the Dove (S10); At Fifteen Months; Precedent (M13); When the Man You Love is a Blind Man (J13); Eighteen; Testing the Seams; Six roller Coasters; In Jersey Now (D13)
  • Therése Halscheid*, Unsoundness of Mind (S07); The Never-Said Surgeon; White Sock (D07)
  • Mary Hamrick, Uncle Desi's Restaraunt Bar (Post War) (S07)
  • May Hansen, Same (M10)
  • Monique Harris, Eyes; Knees; Speed (M13)
  • René Harrison, Objectivity (D16); The Ugly Laws (M17); The Boy's Glasses So Close the Pages Grew Damp (D17); The Chemistry of Voice; Earth, Paper Scissors; Huntress; Echo (M18)
  • Michael Hathaway, My New Career (M07)
  • Tom Healy, What the Right Side Hears; A Possum Entering the Argument (J11)
  • Kevin Heaton, A Chalk Drawing Before Dying; Pata's Demntia (D14)
  • Laura Hershey*, Sunflowers (M07); Insomnia; Sticky History; Fear of Speaking (D10); Thousand Island; Self-Portrait (M11)
  • Christopher Jon Heuer*, Balance in God's Wilderness (S10); Tree Hugger; Enhancements (D10); Putty in the Security Gap; Mutant Vampire Squirrels Attack (M11); The Death of Kindle; Balls in the Evaluation Committee (J11); Deaf People Defend New York Against Giant Octopi; Cut UP (S15)
  • Sister Lou Ella Hickman, Not an Arm or a Leg (J16)
  • Arden Eli Hill, Reprieve; Conversion/Cure (S08)
  • Dana Hirsch*, Got Him (M09)
  • Kate Holly-Clark, Witch's Bottle (S15)
  • Kevin Honold, Dreams; The Moon's Brother; Tartarus; Good Night, Moon; The End of the World (D10)
  • Akua Lezli Hope, Unremembered (M13)
  • Barry J. L. Horton, 21st Century Invisible Man (S10); Alarm Clock; Gwendolyn Brooks (D10)
  • Paul Hostovsky*, Geographic Tongue; Hegemony; Light Bulb (J12); To the Man Talking to Himself on a Park Bench; In the Home for Vehicular Manslaughterers By the Sea; The Things I want to Say (S14); Roll Over Bell (J18)
  • Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Disorder (M09)
  • Wendy Howe, Rapunzel's Daughter (J14)
  • Tom Hudgens, Landscape of My Life (J10)
  • Tom C. Hunely, Traversing (S18)
  • Todd Austin Hunt, Mural (S08)
  • Karla Huston, Lazarus (S08)
  • Natalie Illum, Playy Offs; How Exceptional; Cell (J18)
  • Lorraine Inabinett, Reckoning (D07)
  • Andy Jackson*, Quasimodo; Hansen's Disease; The River; Desensitized (S12); Born Away By Distance (D13); Vincent (J15)
  • Kathryn Jacobs, Schooling Raymond; Rinds; Tender Mercies (J08); Legally Dead (D12); War Poem; In Memory of Half My Acquaintance (D15);On the Spectrum (M16); 4th of July (J17)
  • Donna Jagodzinski, 10:00 AM; Games (J08)
  • Colin James, Stammerer in Our Midst (S16)
  • Leland Jamieson, Hearthstone in the Watershed (M08)
  • Liesl Jobson*, Angels, the Voices (M07)
  • Maggie Jochild, Sago; Piedmont Ave. (J07)
  • Michael Lee Johnson, Mother Edith at 98; Red Stroked Survival with a Deadly Hammer (J09); Raindrop Baby; Fog Feathers (J10)
  • Annalee Johnson-Kwochka*, Broken Sonnet: Apology to Sripe the Cat, 2001-2014; Mothers of Sons with Schizophrenia (J15)
  • Amy Jomantas, Outside My Window – April 2014 (J14)
  • Clara B. Jones, Like Father, Like Daughter (S15)
  • Elaine Jones, Good Advice if You Have Cerebral Palsy; Striped Deck Chairs (S10); The Naked Show; From a Dream (M11); Ode to My Wheelchair; Little Silly Days (D11)
  • Patricia Wallace Jones, Asked If I can Tell How He Feels; Reducing Your Anti-Psychotics (S09); Not How You Drive (J10)
  • Jyothsnaphanija*, Snakes and Candles; Puddle By the Secrets; Sunrise (J14); Fiction (D14); Making the Glass; Learning (S16)
  • Jane Joritz-Nakagama*, Plan B Audio (D17)
  • Paul Kahn*, In Katharine's Room (M07); Sacrament (M10)
  • Anne Kaier*, Mother Love (D08); The Dressing Table (J09); Poetry doesn't curve its line; A clutch of narcissus (M12); Forgiveness (M16)
  • Marie Kane*, Shards (S08); Cutter; This is Life (M10); Unsinged; In Every Life Both (S11); What I Don't Want to Hear Now That I Am Crippled (D12); When the Rain Falls to End the Drough; The House is Finally Quiet (S13); Wakefulness; This Old House (J16)
  • Basanta Kar*, Faith First (M09)
  • Siham Karami, The Circumference of Pain; Now (J14)
  • Sarah Katz*, Open and Open (S17)
  • Aby Kaupang, Valentine; Diagnosis, Not Otherwise Specified (D12)
  • Susan Keith, A Festive Holiday Photo; Chronicle from the Land of Maybes (S07)
  • Aaron Weir Kelstone, Ruminations of a Cyborg (M10)
  • Erin Kelly*, How to Wait (J14)
  • Diane Kendig*, Speaking of Maria Blanchard; Wedding Portraits of Rivera and Kahlo; Cento For Frida Kahlo's "Diego on My Mind" (S10); Maria Blanchard, 1914 (M11)
  • Desmond Kenny, Palace of Dreams; A Day Trip to Ireland's Eye; A Vocabulary of Yes (D11) Places; Last Lines from Lost Lines (D13); Just Another Day (S17)
  • Jill Khoury*, Radio Ad (S12); Amenie; Saltation with Cane; Caning after Dark; Certain Seams (M13); Certain Seems – audio version (J14); Blind Date (D15)
  • Robin Kirk, Cold Harbor, 1991 (D10)
  • Vanessa Kirkpatrick, Sleeping Beauty (M14)
  • Donna Kiser, Breakfast of the Changing Mind (D08)
  • Tricia Knoll, Strain of the Poor-Voice Poet (J13); The Rusted Gate Rasp (S13) The Green Shawl; Instructions on Holding Silence (J17)
  • Tracy Koretsky*, A Gift of Balloons (M07); Naked, At 45 (S09)
  • Linda Kornasky, Spurning a Deaf Ear; Lucky Live Oaks (J08)
  • Sari Krosinsky, The Moss on the Stairs Isn't Climbing; Tollbooths on the Road to Adulthood (D17)
  • Judith Krum, I Wanted to See; They Live (D08); They Live; Impish Blues (M09)
  • Krishna Kumar, Depth (J15)
  • Petra Kuppers*, The Origin of My Wheelchair (J07); Moon Botany Poems(S16)
  • Stephen Kuusisto*, When Freud was a Crippled Boy (D11); Emily Dickinson and the Ophthalmoscope (S12)
  • Ellen LaFleche*, Angel with Parkinson's Disease (M07); Saving Cinderella's Foot (D07); Audrey's Wig Emporium (D08); Taking My Six-Year-Old Son to the Dinosaur Cafe (D09); After Losing his Arm at the Mill Chickie DuBois Goes to Work as a Gravedigger (J11)
  • Lynda McKinney Lambert, When We Danced Together (S13); Star Signs (D16); To the Curator of Small Things (S17)
  • Laurie Clements Lambeth*, Reluctant Pegaus; Undressing the Tree (D08); The Selection of a Child for Illness, A Fable (M12)
  • Mark Langer, This Moses; Conversation (M10)
  • Travis Lau, Perspectival (S15)
  • Cade Leebron, I Say Your Name into Empty Windows; Gray Blue Yellow Grass (J18)
  • Ruth Lehman, Shanghai Translation; Sucking Lemon Pickle (J11)
  • A. C. Leming, Dreams (D10); Birth Pains (S11)
  • Denise Leto*, The Great Vowel Shift; Respiratory; (in the center of the brain there is no you (D11); (Unlike) Green Lake as Sky (M12)
  • P. A. Levy, An Answering Machine on Leave; Stickmen (J09)
  • Aurora Lewis, Life Scars; I Dream of Feet (M08); Puzzle Pieces (D08)
  • Diane Scott Lewis, Limbs and Other Pings (J08)
  • Antoinette Libro, Performance (D07)
  • Karyn Lie-Nielsen*, Voice; How I Leaned to Talk (D15); Handbuzz; Hank Williams and My Father (16)
  • Lyn Lifshin,When I Think of the Scar Where the Other Car Scalped My Forehead; When My Mother's Hair Grew Longer, Lush on IV; When I See Sarah Jessica Parker is Replaced By Joss Stone (S09)
  • Sandra Lindow, Nothing Given to A Child is Ever Was; Eight Ways of Looking at an Infected Molar (D10)
  • Cali Linfor*, The Dark Question (J16); Nectarines (S17)
  • Helen Lloyd, Barbara (J09)
  • K-K Loke, Fire Ant Attack; Heavy Yoke (S15)
  • Gregory Luce, Music to It; Rouge et Noir: Wednesday (D17)
  • Kirk Lumpkin, Who Dances in Daylight? (M08)
  • Raymond Luczak*, Hummingbird (J09); Venus De Milo (S11); Instructions to Hearing Persons Desiring a Deaf Man (J14) from The Kiss of Walt Whitman is Still on My Lips (J16); Noise (S18)
  • James Magill, So It Goes, Nursing Home (D10)
  • Donal Mahoney , Siren; Returning to Work (J09); Stroke (S09); Busboy's Blues (D09); Father Spoke in Code (J13)
  • Sean Mahoney*, Handles (Parts 1 and 3) (J13); Drift with Haydn (D15)
  • Malialinda, Fragile; Where I'm From (M12)
  • Leah Maines*, The Day My Brain Stoppped; The Usefulness of Canes (J12)
  • Lisa M. Maloney, Alternative Reasoning (S08)
  • Liv Mammone*, Gray Girl (M09); The Stare is a Lens Panning up; Animal Stance; People Leave Their Houses; I Can't Be A Confessional Poet Because Basically All I want to Say is This; Vagina Resigning (M15)
  • Maakomele Manaka, The Sky and the City (J16); Born to Blackness; Children Born of Children; Black Day (S17)
  • John C. Mannone, Leaving Shadows; A Sweet Kind of Blindness (D08); The Dogwood (D10); The Gift (S11); Wtching Annie Sign (17)
  • Nikki Lee Manos, Milk Cartons, A Good Day (J07); Inheriting (M08)
  • H. E. Mantel, Synchrondipity? (D07)
  • Bruce Majors, Depression (M11)
  • Neil Marcus*, Why We Love (S07); Metaphor for Cripple (D08); The Skies in Love with You (M18)
  • Diane Martin, I Met a Man; The Good Neighbor (S16)
  • Miriam Mason, Quicksilver; Thread (J09); Repeat (S09)
  • John Masterson, Steel and Leather (S13)
  • Louise Mathewson*, A Day; Retreat; Lost (S07)
  • Sophie Mayer, Amiss; words for it; Ouvrir (S12)
  • Kenzie McCurdy, Sunset (S14)
  • Mary McGinnis, My Tempted Hand; Big Spirit in Skin; Sedan, New Mexico(M18)
  • Steven McLachlan, Water Therapy; Explaining How I Feel to the Man with No Emotions (M10)
  • Jean McLeod, Forcing Amaryllis; Mania (S10); I Said, "I'm Busy"; Quicksilver (D10)
  • Lateef McLeod, Better Things to Do; I'm to Pretty for Some Ugly Laws; Smile for Strange Fruit (J17)
  • Stephen Mead, Wet Paint; Bathers (S10)
  • Elizabeth Meade, Ode to Left Arm (S12)
  • Marianne Meese, Ars Poetica (S08)
  • Becca Mennon, The Wife of Pain (D17)
  • Laura Merleau, Months Later, the Title Appears (M11); Bridge; Back Injury (D11)
  • Craig A. Meyer, Speaking, sometimes (J13)
  • Robert K. Meyer II, Memorial Day; The Economics of Worshipping Demons (S11)
  • Michael Meyerhofer, The Man With One Ear Gets a Haircut (S08)The First Crush; Dear Leviticus; Affirmative Action (M17)
  • Emily K. Michael, Transcription; Conversation with an Adjacent Friend (M13); Wordbomb; Old Music (D15); Crushed (J16)
  • MaryAnn L. Miller*, Neurological Institute Columbia Presbyterian; Involuntary Recumbency (S13); Far Out on a Comet's Tail; Why I Chose the Work (S15)
  • Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu, Scorched (S12); Cuckoo Voice (D10)
  • Kobus Moolman*, Overlooking the Block (M07); Cattle Truck; Aut da fé; Winter Fires (S07); The Hand (D07); Insomnia; Ambition; Survival (S11); List of Shots [I, II, III] (J12)
  • Leroy F. Moore, Jr.*, Krip Hip Hop Honoring Black Blind Blues; Porgy & Bess Krip Hop Remix (J12); Buried Voices (S12)
  • Michael Morell , On Overhearing the Plumstead Inn Waitress; Instructions for Hugging the Dwarf Goodbye; The Dwarf's Sister Plays God (D13)
  • Denise Morris, The Face of Parkinson's (M09)
  • Rusty Morrison*, from After Urgency (M13)
  • Mark Murphy, Manageable Space; The Sleeping Father (S12)
  • Shannon Murray, Upright (J08)
  • Tendai Mwanaka*, Stolen From Death (D07); What Are You Waiting For? (S08); For Nigel; Milk with Marvin My Cat; Brutal Times (S09); My Brief Stint as a Terrorist; The Latest (D09)
  • Tatiana Naborowski, Exoskeleton (J18)
  • Jan Napier*, Melancholia (D14)
  • Travis Laurence Naught, On the Water (M16)
  • Wendy Natkong, From EMS to MS (J08)
  • Nancy Owens Nelson, Autumn Musings on Multiple Sclerosis (D10)
  • Andrea Nicki*, Nightcrawlers (D13)
  • Krista Nielsen, Madly Running (S08)
  • Ed Northen, Wounded Warriors Skiing (S07); Naked Me (D09); Present (M11); Time Warp (M13)
  • Michael Northen*, Math Instructor; Macular Degeneration (D11); Pigs Fly; On a Photo by Eli Northen (D15); Dan Simpson, Reading (J18)
  • Ken Nye, Singing in the Shower (J07)
  • Angela Alaimo O'Donnell, Voice Lessons (J14)
  • Meghan O'Hearn, An Open Letter to My Parents (M16)
  • David Olsen, White Ceiling (S15)
  • Angie C. Orlando, The Instrument of Choice; Doubt (J18)
  • Sergio Ortiz, Sitting on My Corpse; Ode #20 (S17)
  • Pravat Kumar Padhy, London Olympics (M12); Reasoning Reality (M14)
  • Danielle Pafunda, from The Book of Scab (M13)
  • Abigail Palmer, Love Child (S13)
  • Dominik Parisien, Old Young Man, Degeneration (S18)
  • Christine Parker, You Will Never Know (J08)
  • Steven Parker, Quasimodo's Eyes (J09)
  • Tina Passman, Blue Rocking; Marooned (S12)
  • Sonali Pattnaik, She Could Dance, She Said (S11)
  • Nick Pentzell*, Wave (D14)
  • Barbara Perez*, The Regime; Cunfusing Elegance for Grace (M14)
  • Kay Peters, Something Happened (D10)
  • Kathy Pierce, The Ground We Stand On (S08)
  • Clark A. Pomerleau, Hole; Disappear; Borrowed Faded Memories (S18)
  • Rhonda C. Poynter, Bedtime Story; Sonnet (Lupus at 3 AM) (S12); The Lady Sitting Next to Me at the Memory Clinic; Chicago Lights (J16)
  • Margaret Price, Collective Memory; Stick (M08); Fleshly School; Fist (J08)
  • J. F. Pritchard, Guilford Lake (J15): Meningitis Hallucinations (M16)
  • Alyssa Radtke, The Poet Asked Me What My Wheelchair Sympolized; PERL Poem; To Charge a Wheelchair (S17)
  • Sienna Elizabeth Raimonde*, 80 and Alive (J08); This Cane; A Bruised Reed (D08); Jimmy and Me (M09)
  • Tony Ramsay, Stansted Airport (D09); Last Night Together (J10)
  • Vanessa Raney, The Power of Audio (D14)
  • C. R. Reardon, The Slur (J13)
  • Monica Rentfrow, Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Congenita; The Bone Room; Short Rules (S18)
  • Robert Riche, To My Mother (D09); Family Portrait; Surgery (M10); Why Have I Wondered If You Love Me (J10)
  • Sharon Rickman, Traveling in a Wheelchair (J08)
  • Kristen Ringman*, When Words Fall Down (M13)
  • Jennifer Richardson&, Mental Compulsion (S14); Cognition (J18)
  • Cinthia Ritchie, Crazy, They Said (M17)
  • Sarah Rizzuto, Andrea: Waiting to Develop; Regina: Exhibitionist; Mandy: Caregiver (M13)
  • Kim Roberts, Siamese Twins (M08); Histology; Cumulonimbus; Prognoisis (D12); How to Imagine Deafness; Hearing Loss (J14)
  • Curtis Robbins*, If I Am At All; Ludwig von Beethoven (S09); Deaf Man Howls (J12)
  • Gary Ronnie, Stasis; Pastoral (J08)
  • Nan Rosen, Phantom Sight; Stone Otter (D09)
  • Tanya Roycraft, hate (J08)
  • William Ruleman, Four Translations from German Poetry (D17)
  • Stuart Sanderson*, A Mixed Blessing (S07); If My Hands Could (D07); Wandering Thoughts (S09); A Green Balloon (D13)
  • Weldon Sandusky, The State Insane Asylum, Terrell, Texas; Student Body President, Eighth Grade (S14)
  • Gerard Sarnat, Nobel Valedictory (M14); Journal After Septuagenarian Fell Foul of Grandson;s Merry-Go-Round (M17); Out of the Box (M18)
  • DJ Savarese*, Blanch-Ink-Jet Maneuver; Voegels (D15)
  • Nathan Say*, What I'm Offered Daily (S09); Resurrection; A Beginner's Guide to Psychiatric Medicine (J11)
  • David Scaffidi, In Italy MS is the Name of a Cigarette; Marching Order (J07)
  • Angeline Schellenberg, It's a Boy; Pain Threshold; Stigma; Drug Trial (S13) Autism for Dummies I; Waving (D15)
  • Kathering Schneider, Hope of the Crow (J17)
  • Carla Schwartz, Confessions of an Armadillo Queen (D11)
  • Elaine G. Schwartz, Gaza; Aunti Margaret's Hungarian Pastry (M15)
  • Lizz Schumer*, Wicki-poeme-pedia; Kinesthesia (S12)
  • Nancy Scott (1)*, Feather (S08);Winter Solstice (D07); Comfort's Concern; Fugue (J08); Blame "Radio Times" and Poetry Month; Skunk Clearing (S10); Dress Up (S12); For Hayden Carruth (M13); Thanksgiving Dishes (D13); First Things (M15); One Soft Thing (D15); Tree for Poem's; Day Before Valentines (D17)
  • Nancy Scott (2)*, The Name (S14); Miami's First POW Home From Korea, 1953; Delicate Balance (M15); Ballerina (S16)
  • Marian Kaplun Shapiro, At the Sports Club (S13)
  • Jordyn Shawhan, My Picasso-ed Poem (S15)
  • George Shean, Twilight (S07)
  • Kaia Sherritt, The Withdrawal (S07)
  • Daniel Simpson*, School For the Blind; My Mother Cleans (S09); A Blind Boy's First Glimpse of Heaven; French Kiss; My Excuse (S14); When We Were Four; Almost Drowning (D14)
  • David Simpson, When My Guide Dog Willow Pulls; Postcard to Emily Dickinson; Shampoo (D14)
  • Alma Singleton, Waiting for a Hero (J08)
  • Hal Sirowitz*, Whole Lot of Shaking Going On; Sculpture on the Ground (D11); A Strange Name for Hope (M12)
  • Floyd Skloot*, Paul Klee at Sixty; Last Winter; Teminal Condition (J12)
  • Daniel Sluman*, Lettter; Dear Samaritan (D12); citalopram (D14); Doppelganger (D15) dance; &this is love (J15)
  • Randy Smit, Toilet Talk; Not Bad, You? (M14)
  • Ellen McGrath Smith*, Theodore Enslin, Poet of Maine (M10); Wordability (S11)
  • Marilyn Brandt Smith*, Texas School For the Blind, 1955 (J08)
  • Charles Southerland, David's Bronze Suit (S18)
  • Jeremy Spears, Cosmic Turtle (S15)
  • Nathan Spoon, The Imaginary Advertisers; Small Town Frequency; The Stakes of a New Posture (S18)
  • Jill Stein*, Autumn Walk; Magic (D14)
  • Elizabeth Stelling, Avocado Green Kitchen with a Gold Accented Childhood #2, #4, #8 (S12); Uninvited (J13)
  • Megan Stewart, Vagal Maneuvers; On a day when the stairs seem insurmountable (M12)
  • Christine Stewart-Nuñez , ASL 101 (D17)
  • Jessica Stokes, 7:53 in Fairview, Iowa; Geriatric Medicine; Monster (D14)
  • Jacob Stratman, Teaching Stigma (M17)
  • Peter Street*, Bong Damage; Zagreb Camp (D11)
  • Karen Stromberg, Book, Lamp, Tree; Helping the ADHD Child at Home (S07); Untitled (M14)
  • Andrew Sydlik, Dreams of Driving Blind; To My Cane (D13)
  • Omosun Sylvester*, A Moment of Silence (D07)
  • Pia Taavila-Borscheim, Flag Pole; After He Leaves; Salem (D13); Fashion Forward (D14)
  • Arbin L. Tabao, Witness (S08); Lola (S10)
  • Grant Tarbard, Nettle Soup (S15)
  • Abbie Johnson Taylor*, Timber! (J08); Awaiting the Return of My Better Half; While Walking Home (D10)
  • Nicole Taylor, They Were Singing Oya; Jigsaw (M08); Women First; Steps Practice 1, 2, 3; Family Meeting in a Church Downtown (M10)
  • Brian Teare*, Three Poems (S12)
  • Jason Teeple, Lookin' at the Brightside a Tumors (D12)
  • Elaine Terranova, Polio (J07)
  • Lori-Ann Tessier, Fighting With Frida Kahlo; Ode to MySocks and Pablo Neruda (D13)
  • Dick Thomas, Glioblastoma; Closed Head Injury (J12)
  • Mark Thomas, The Importance of Being Earnest; The Decimal Point (J07); Tiles (S11)
  • Ann Thornfield-Long, Learning to Sign (J17)
  • Mary Tisera, Pieces (D07); Matthew; Pacified; My Mother's Voice (D08); Stuffed (D09)
  • Austin Tremblay, Crepitus; Late on Palm Sunday; Resolve (J12)
  • Dayna Troisi, Scribbled on an Envelope; A Gift of Balloons; Born This Way; Guilt (J17)
  • Eileen Van Hook, Seeing the Light (D13)
  • Sofie Vastano, Off Ramp (S12)
  • Onyinyechukwu Udegbe, It's a Lie (J07)
  • Roy Wahlberg, Numb Comfort; Lingering; Release from the Hole (S18)
  • Anne E. Wallace, Vestibular Test #1; Vestibular Test #3 (S16); Tufted (J18)
  • Austin Wallace, Crippled Child in Costume (S14)
  • Karen Wang, Memory Stream; When I Touch Your Face (S11)
  • Elizabeth Weaver, The Weather (M17)
  • Jaclyn Weber, Daily Cluster Fuck (J15)
  • Megan Webster*, Full Moon; I Want to Jump (J07)
  • Diane Wiener, from The Golem Verses (J18)
  • Jillian Weise*, Notes on the Body; Cafe Loop; The Villanelle Takes a Stand (J11)
  • Patricia Wellingham-Jones*, Big Help; Good Night's Sleep (J07); Walk of the One-Breasted Women; Suspicion; The Body Knows (M08); Dialogue with My Knee; Keys; MRI Without Valium (M09)
  • Roy White*, I See it Feelingly (D14); Dead Letters (S15); The Sweet and Bitter Fool; Reefer Madness (J16)
  • Liz Whiteacre*, Make Lemonade; Pain Suitor (J10); Two Feet Shorter Than My Usual Height (S10); TENs Unit; Witnesses (D10); The Accident: Revised (M11); I Finally Give Back; Home for the Holidays (S11); Trashcan Unmoved; Composition Students Pity Me in English 101 (S12); Pushing Pain (J13); Yet Another Referral; Shoaling in the Mall (D14)Four Persona Poems from the Campus Wheelchair Project (S18)
  • Ellen Williams* Parkinson's Rap (S10)
  • Martin Willits, Jr. , Becoming Disabled; Siamese Twins (J08)
  • Avra Wing*, Live Feed; Going Forth By Day (M12); Untitled; Neonatal Maladjustment Syndrome (S16)
  • Gary Winters, Wheelchair Blues (D08)
  • David Wolach, Writing Work; Visitors1 (M13)
  • Kathi Wolfe*, Happy Hour; Pulp Fiction (S10); Cheesteak at Pat's; The Green Light; What Sparky Knows; I've Got a Secret (M12); Rita's Prayer (D12); Blindista (S13)
  • Jennifer Yaros, Darkness Blues (S11)
  • Chingmang Yuan, Cock-a-Doodle-Do; Song to the Tone Deaf (S14); Messaging; the Master Mistake (M18)
  • Anissa Zucker, Manic; Bravery Ails the Beautiful (J12)

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Book Reviews

  • Millicent Borges Accardi Woman on a Shaky Bridge (J10); Injuring Eternity (J11); Even More So (J16)
  • Rachel Adams Raising Henry (D13)
  • Kathryn Allan (ed.) Disability in Science Fiction (D13)
  • Kathryn Allan Djibril Al-Ayad (eds.) Accessing the Future (S15)
  • Sandra Alland, Khairani Barokka, and Daniel Sluman (eds.) Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back (S17)
  • Kay Anderson and Vicki Forman (ed.) Libre Acesso (M16)
  • Shahd Alshammari* Notes on the Flesh (S17)
  • Susan Antebi and Beth E. Jorgensen (ed.) Libre Accesso (M16)
  • RD Armstrong* E/OR: A Life Among the Mangled (J11)
  • Elizabeth Tova Bailey The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating (M17)
  • Jennifer Bartlett Autobiography/Anti-Autobiography (S14)
  • Jennifer Bartlett, Sheila Black & Michael Northen (eds) Beauty is a Verb: The New Disability Poetry (S11)
  • Beacon House Teen Authors The Day Tajon Got Shot (D17)
  • Linda Benninghoff Whose Cries Are Not Music (M11)
  • Amy Berkowitz Tender Points (D16)
  • Sheila Black How to be a Maquiladora (M07); House of Bone (S07); Wen Kroy (D14)
  • Sheila Black and Michel Marcoux Continental Divide (J10)
  • Sheila Black, Michael Northen and Annabelle Hayse (eds) The Right Way to Be Crippled and Naked (M17)
  • Lydia X. Z.Brown, E. Ashkenazy, and Morénike Giwa Onaiwu, eds. All the Weight of Our Dreams (J18)
  • Molly McCulley Brown The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feeble-Mind (S17)
  • Jeffrey Brune and Daniel J. Wilson (eds.) Disability and Passing (S13)
  • Mark Burnhope The Snowboy (S12); Species (S14)
  • C. E. Chaffin Unexpected Light (M09)
  • Rebecca Chamaa* Pills, Poetry and Prose (D15)
  • Marlena Chertock Crumb-sized (S17)
  • Ann Chiappetta Follow Your Dog (M18)
  • John Lee Clark (ed.), Deaf American Poetry (J09); Deaf Lit Extravaganza (D13); Where I Stand (D14)
  • Eli Clare, Brilliant Imperfection (J17)
  • Norma Cole To Be At Music: Essays and Talks (M12)
  • Creative Connections, Anthology 2014 (M11)
  • Barbara Crooker, More (M11); Selected Poems (M15); Les Fauves (D17)
  • Linda Cronin Dream Bones (D07)
  • Eileen Cronin* Mermaid (D07)
  • Lennard J. Davis (ed.) The Disability Studies Reader (4th Edition) (M13)
  • Joshua Davies Between the Lines of Autism (D12)
  • Kelly Davio Its Just Nerves (S17)
  • Amber DiPietra and Denise Leto Waveform (D11)
  • Jay Dolmage, Disability Rhetoric (M11); Disabled Upon Arrival (J18)
  • Emily Dorffer, ed. (Dis)Ability: A Short Story Collection (J18))
  • Kara Dorris Elective Affinities (D11); Night Ride Home (S12)
  • Patricia Dunn, Disabling Characters (J15)
  • Meg Eden Rotary Phones and Facebook (J12); The Girl Who Came Back (J14); A Week with Beijing (M15); Post High School Reality Quest (J17)
  • Catherine Edmunds, Small Poisons (D12); Bacchus Wynd (J14)
  • Katie Ellis, Disability and Culture (M11)
  • Susan Elmslie, The Museum of Kindness (S18)
  • Dylan Emmons Living in Two Worlds (S16)
  • Anna M. Evans The Stolen From (S13); Forgetting Home (J14)
  • Jim Ferris Slouching Towards Guantanamo (J11)
  • Anne Finger* A Woman, in Bed (M18)
  • A. Rahman Ford Life as a Sclerian (S16)
  • Rebecca Foust Dark Card (S08); All That Gorgeous Pitiless Song (D10); Paradise Drive (M15)
  • Kenny Fries In the Province of the Gods (S17)
  • Linda Fuchs More Ramblings, Less Insanity (D09); Healing Times (S14)
  • Lisa Gill Caput Nili (M12); Near Art Experience (M17)
  • Elizabeth P. Glixman White Girl Lynching (S10
  • Joseph Geraci The Deaf-Mute Boy (D15)
  • Tony Gloeggler Until the Last Light Leaves (J16)
  • Jessica Goody, Defense Mechanisms (J17)
  • Mitch Grabois Two-Headed Dog (D13)
  • Ona Gritz Left Standing (S07); Geode (D13);On the Whole (J14)
  • Ona Gritz and Daniel Simpson Border Songs (D17); More Challenges for the Delusional (J18)
  • Avery M. Guess The Patient Admits (D17)
  • Nancy Davis Viva Halifax hook (S15)
  • Therese Halsheid Last Movements ( D07); Frozen Latitudes (D14)
  • Gretchen Henderson* Gallerie de Difformite (D11); The House Enters the Street (D12); Ugliness (M16)
  • Laura Hershey Spark Before Dark (S11)
  • Christopher Jon Heuer (ed) Tripping the Tale Fantastic (S17)
  • Donna Hill The Heart of Applebutter Hill (J16)
  • Cynthia Hogue In June, the Labrynth (S17)
  • Paul Hostovsky Bending the Notes (M10);
  • Andy Jackson Music Our Bodies Can't Hold (M18)
  • Gray Jacobik Little Boy Blue, A Memoir in Verse (J11)
  • Michelle Jarmon, Leila Monaghan, and Alison Quaggin Harkin Bariers and Belongings (M17)
  • Liesl Jobson, Ride The Tortoise (J13)
  • Heather Taylor Johnson, ed. Shaping the Fractured Self (M18)
  • Darolyn Jones and Liz Whiteacre (eds.) Monday Coffee and Other Stories of Mothering Children with Special Needs (M14)
  • Jane Joritz-Nakagama women: migration: poetry (M18)
  • Paul Kahn Landscapes (S16)
  • Anne Kaier In Fire (S09); Home with Henry (M15)
  • Suzanne Kamata* Gadget Girl (M14)
  • Marie Kane Survivors in the Garden (M04); Beauty You Drive a Hard Bargain
  • Basanta Kar The Unfold Pinnacle (S08)
  • Jen Karetnick American Sentencing (M18)
  • Diane Kendig, Speaking of "Speaking of Maria Blanchard" (S10); A Note on Having to Correct Wikipedia (S16)
  • Desmond Kenny My Sense of Blind (D13); Past Tense (M15)
  • Jill Khoury Borrowed Bodies (M11)
  • Georgina Kleege More Than Meets the Eye (S18)
  • Ed Krizek* Colors of the Mind (J15)
  • Chris Kuell Dozen: The Best of Breath and Shadow (M17)
  • Petra Kuppers Pearl Stitch (S16)
  • Petra Kuppers and Neil Marcus Cripple Poetics: A Love Story (J08)
  • Stephen Kuusisto Have Dog, Will Travel (J18)
  • Ellen LaFleche Estella with One Lung (S08)
  • Cynthia Leweicki-Wilson* and Brenda Brueggemann Disability and the Teaching of Writing (07)
  • Laurie Clements Lambeth Veil and Burn (S08)
  • Karyn Lie-Nielsen Handbuzz and Other Voices (D15)
  • Tom Lombardo (ed.) Aftershocks (D08)
  • Alex Lubet* Music, Disability, and Society (S12)
  • Raymond Luczak* Eyes of Desire 2: A Deaf GLBT Reader (ed.) (S09); Whispers of a Savage Sort and Other Plays of the Deaf American Experience (D09); Assembly Required: Notes on a Deaf Gay LIfe (M10);Mute (J10); Men With Their (J12) Hands (S10); This Way to the Acorns (M12); Silence is a Four Letter Word(S12); QDA: A Queer Deaf Anthology (D15); The Kiss of Walt Whitman is Still on My Lips (J16); The Kinda Fella I Am (M18)
  • Bobbi Lurie Grief Suite (S11); The Morphine Poems (D12)
  • Erika Madden Cries from the Fifth Floor (D14)
  • John C. Mannone (ed.) Disabiled Monsters (D13)
  • Neil Marcus Special Effects (D11)
  • Louise Mathewson A Life Interrupted: Living with Brain Injury (J10)
  • George McKay Movin' and Shakin' (D13)
  • Arley McNeney Post (M15)
  • Gillian Mears Foal's Bread (M17)
  • Constance Merritt Blind Girl Grunt (M17)
  • Maryann L. Miller La Belle Indifference (S15)
  • Kobus Moolman (ed.) Tilling the Hard Soil: Poetry, Prose and Art by South African Writers with Disabilities; Left Over (D13); A Book of Rooms (M15); The Swimmer and Ohter Stories (J18)
  • Rusty Morrison Book of the Given (M12); After Urgency (M13)
  • Tendai Mwanaka Mad Bob Republic - Blood, Bile and a Crying Child (D09)
  • Tendai Mwanaka and Daniel da Purifacacao (ed.) Best "New" African Poetry 2015 (M16)
  • Shane Neilson Dysphoria (D17)
  • Andrea Nicki You Can Make Your Own Rose (S18)
  • Susan Nussbaum Good King, Bad Kings (D13)
  • Irie Parker* Twisted Consequences (S09)
  • Laline Paull The Bees (M15)
  • Adam Pottle Mantis Dreams (S13)
  • J. L. Powers This Thing Called the Future (S12); Colors of the Wind (J15)
  • Gary Presley* Seven Wheelchairs (M09)
  • Dawn Raffel The Strange Case of Dr. Couney (S18)
  • Sienna Elizabeth Raimonde A Place Called Return (D10)
  • David Rawson Fuckhead (M14)
  • Sue Ridge and John Davies Our Storeys: Art and Poetry in Healthcare (S14)
  • Kristen Ringman* Makara (D12); I Stole You (J17)
  • Curtis Robbins In Spite of Everything (S15)
  • Dana Robbins The Left Side of My Life (J16)
  • Julia Miele Rodas Autistic Disturbances (S18)
  • Nan Rosen and Carolyn Mineah Voyage to Centauri (D10)
  • Harilyn Rousso* Don't Call Me Inspirational (M13)
  • Robert Rudney* Lovers Lame (J13)
  • Salman Rushdie Shame (J16)
  • DJ Savarese A Doorknob for an Eye (D17)
  • Ralph James Savarese* See It Feelingly (S18)
  • sam sax madness (S18)
  • Angeline Schellenberg Tell Them It Was Mozart (D16)
  • Lizz Schumer Buffalo Steel (M14)
  • Nancy Scott (2) Running Down Broken Cement (D14)
  • Daniel Simpson School for the Blind (D14)
  • David and Daniel Simpson Audio Chapbook (M08)
  • Floyd Skloot Cream of Kohlrabi (S12); The Phantom of Thomas Hardy (D16)
  • Hal Sirowitz Stray Cat Blues (M13)
  • Daniel Sluman Absence Has a Weight of Its Own (D12)
  • Ellen McGrath Smith Nobody's Jackknife (D15)
  • Marilyn Brandt Smith (ed.) Behind Our Eyes (J08); Chasing the Green Sun (J13)
  • Christine Stark* Nickels: A Tale of Dissociation (S11)
  • Jill Stein Steeplechase (M15)
  • Christine Stewart-Nuñez Bluewords Greening (D17)
  • Lynn Strongin The Burn Poems (J15)
  • Leslie Swartz Able-Bodied (S12)
  • Brian Teare Companion Grasses (J13); The Empty Form Goes All the Way to Heaven (D15)
  • Rosemarie Garland Thomson, Extraordinary Bodies (J17)
  • Tracy A. Todd and Sean J. Mahoney (eds.)* Something on Our Minds (vol. 1) (D13); Vol. 3 (M16)
  • Terry Tracy* A Great Place for a Seizure (M12)
  • Michael Uniacke* The Quest for Edith Ackers (J14); Deafness Down (J15); Deafness Gain (J16)
  • Joselle Vanderhooft (ed.) Shattering Ableist Narratives (S13)
  • Megan Webster BiPolar Express (D07)
  • Jillian Weise The Colony (D11); The Book of Goodbyes (S13)
  • Patricia Wellingham-Jones End Cycle (J07)
  • Liz Whiteacre Hit the Ground (S12)
  • Diane Wiener More The Golem Verses (S18)
  • Ellen Williams Let's Go Around Again (D07)
  • Kristen Witucki The Translator (J14); Outside Myself (M18)
  • Kathi Wolfe Helen Keller Takes the Stage (J08); The Green Light (J13); The Uppity Blind Girl Poems (M15)
  • Laura Esther Wolfson For Single Mothers Working as Train Conductors (J18)

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Essays

  • Bill Abbott, Sharpening the Edges (J18)
  • Ariana Aboulafia, The Power of Disbelief (M17)
  • Saundra Adams, A Quilt Before Dying (J11); Store Greeters (D11)
  • Kathryn Allan, The Weight of Matter (D16)
  • Timothy Allen, Great Expectations (D15); Walking in Quicksand (S 17)
  • Shahd Alshammari, Ishq and Bodies Who Falter (J18)
  • Michael P. Amram, Treading on Optimism (M12); Exercising Demons (D16)
  • RD Armstrong, You Have Two Options (J11)
  • Elisena Barnett*, Being a Black Mother to an Aspiring Hop Hop Artist with Autism (J18)
  • Jennifer Bartlett, this is not my beautiful house; this is not my beautiful wife (D10); Ethics, Poetry and the Identity of the Disabled Body (J10)
  • Diane Hoover Bechtler, Broken People – Part 1 (J13) Broken People – Part 2 (S13)
  • Sheila Black, Eliza Dolitle and Me: Voice, Tone and Power in the Poetics of Disability (J10); Prisoner of Discourse (D10); Ilizarov (The Fixator) or Elegy for my Brace (J12)
  • Ann Bogle, Driving Years (J10)
  • Louis Bourgeois, Port Allen (J13)
  • Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, Hearsplaining (D12); The Artist and Silence (M13)
  • Megan Burgess, Goodbye to the Carousel (D17)
  • Jimmy Burns, Wounded Diction (D10); The Other Bloc (D11)
  • C. E. Chaffin, A Manic-Depressive Composes Poems for His Deaf Wife (J09)
  • Joyce Campbell, The Poetic Path (S08)
  • Tasha Chemel, Fingerpainting with Grief (M14); Fundraising without the Freakshow (S17)
  • John Lee Clark, The Case for Disability Literature (D09); Jonathan Swift's Deaf Poems (J14); Metatactile Knowledge (D15); ASL and the "Star Spangled Banner" (J17); Distantism (S17); The Retroactive Poems of Albert Castner King (J18); Charles Joseph Kickham's Poetics of Patriotism (S18)
  • John Thomas Clark, Othering (D07)
  • Barbara Crooker, Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetics of Disability ( J10)
  • Joyce Campbell, The Poetic Path (S08)
  • Elizabeth Dahab, The Poetics of Amnesia and Reverse Migration (D16)
  • Kara Dorris, The Beauty of Beauty is a Verb (J17)
  • Philip Dowd, Logos, Mythos, and Disability Poetry (J14)
  • Laura Emerson, Understanding Peter (S13)
  • Dylan Emmons*, Anatomy of an Outburst (S16)
  • Mike Ervin, I Am, therefore I Loiter (J13); Openly Crippled (J14); Dr. Jesus in Real Life (J17)
  • Jim Ferris, Crip Poetry, or How I Learned to Love the Limp ( J07)
  • Mel Finefrock, Letters: What Love Sees (J15)
  • Sarah Fitzgerald, The Need for a Collective (S18)
  • Tanya Frank, Finding Tilly (M16)
  • Kenny Fries, The Fries Test (D17)
  • Chelsea Fulk, Ablect Poetics: Pafunda and Sirowitz (S12)
  • Melissa Gilstrap, Working Class Crips (D16)
  • S. Avis Gray, El Dorado Days (D13)
  • Yvette Green, Dream Alliance Film Project (S09); My Cabbage patch Doll (S13)
  • Steff Green, Blind Characters: A Process of Awareness (M09)
  • Kate Grisim, Why We Need to Change the Narratives Surrounding Disability (S15)
  • Ona Gritz, Frida and Me (S10); Practical Love (M15)
  • Nancy Viva Davis Halifax, Open Season: Writing Tracy Latimer (S12)
  • Caitlin Hernandez, Portals (S14); Lettters: With Anyone Else (J15)
  • Cynthia Hogue*, Mother Cares (J14)
  • Tara Arlene Innmon, Squashed Baby Pigs ( J08)
  • Liesl Jobson*, Get Out of Joburg: Ten Ways (D17)
  • Jane Joritz-Nakagama, Fibropoetics (M18)
  • Anne Kaier, River Creature: A Poet Finds a Way to Talk About Her Disability (J09)
  • Paul Kahn, The Deepening Fog: Part 1 (S09); The Deepening Fog: Part 2 (D09); The Deepening Fog: Part 3 (M10)
  • Rachel Kallem Whitman, The Night My Cat Told Me to Kill Myself (J16); My Voice (J17); Buzzfeed, Cut the Ableist Crap (J18)
  • Marie Kane, The Opportunity for Revision (D09)
  • Diane Kendig, Speaking of "Speaking of Maria Blanchard" (S10)
  • Desmond Kenny, Christy Brown: The Writer, the Poet and the Man (S18)
  • Victoria Lee Khatoon, Go Gentle - Part 1 (J17) Go Gentle - Part2 (S17)
  • Laura Kolaczkowski, Stretching Myself (D13)
  • Tracy Koretsky, Seeking Enlightened Portrayals: Judging the Dolly Gray Award, Part 1 ( D08); Part 2 (M09); Giving it Away: A Report (D10)
  • Minter Krotzer Shaker or Freezer (M15)
  • Petra Kuppers, Crip Sheet for 'Latin Does Not Have a Word for Symmetry' (S07); Kathi Wolfe: Rome Ashes 1946 (J08)
  • Stephen Kuusisto, Creative Writing and Disability Studies: Liminal Epistemologies (M12); Ode to a Dog's Nose (M14); Why I'm for Inspiration (S16); On Being a Malcontent (J17)
  • Ellen LaFleche, Happily Ever After (D07)
  • Laurie Clements Lambeth, Marketing Disablity and the Integrity of the Poet (D10); Erasure as Reclamation (J212)
  • Grace Lapointe, Does Infinite Jest See Disability as Grotesque? (M17); Why Cabaret is the Best Play for Our Times (D17)
  • Katie Hae Leo, On disability, Adoption, and Passing (D13)
  • Stephanie Leonard, The Sickness (S11); …when not one bright star (M14)
  • Bill Levine, Meeting it Head On (D15)
  • Kathleen Levinstein, But You Don't Look Autistic (D15)
  • Jessica Lewis Luck, Disability, Poetry and Pedagogy (J10)
  • Raymond Luczak, Letter to Sean Penn (S09)
  • Bobbi Lurie, The Diagnosis (S11)
  • Sean Mahoney, Conditions (D14); Let's Take a Minute Out Here (J16); Variation (M17)
  • Sally Martin, My Life with the Wolf (J08)
  • Lorna McGinnis*, Arms Open (S17)
  • Emily Michael, Answering Blindness: A Poet Makes Amends (J14); Quartet Beyond Measure (J15); Stylish Negotiations (M16); An Open Letter to the Donors of Southeastern Guide Dogs (J17); Life as a Disabled Person as Rendered in Video Game Language (D17)
  • Leroy F. Moore, Jr., Krip-Hop Nation is Moore Than Music (J12)
  • Melissa Nicolas, On Jose Saramago's Blindness (D14)
  • Kerry Neville, Heart and Wings (M15)
  • Andrea Nicki, Psychological Disability Poetry, Mad Activism and Disability Publishing (D15)
  • Maya Northen, Who Really Offers Disability Travel? (S09); Social Media: Tools for Writers, Too (D11); Why Mental Health Month is So Important (J17)
  • Michael Northen, Amaryllis and the Philly Festival (S07); A Brief History of Disability Poetry (M08); Disability Poetry in 2008, Part 1 (D08); Part 2 (M09); Paul Kahn: Something Close to Beautiful (M10); Tom Andrews and the Hemophiliac's Motorcycle (J11); A Diana Serviss Day (S11); Short Disability Fiction: Part 1 (D12); Part 2 (M13); Inglis House Poetry Contest: One of a Kind (S15); Linda J. Cronin: A Backwards Glance at Her Work (J16); Still Present Tense (J17)
  • Dorothy Ellen Palmer, Let Us Now Praise Accessible Suburbs (S18)
  • Carmen Papalia, Caning in the City (J07)
  • Jessica Penner, Almost Right (J14); Waiting (S18)
  • Nick Pentzell, The Wheel Turns (D14); Response to Plankton Dreams (M16)
  • Barbara Perez, The Body is Everything (J14)
  • Peter Pingerelli, Classroom Gravity (D15)
  • Caitlin Prince, From Inside Out (J18)
  • Rob J. Quinn, I'm Not Here to Inspire You (M12)
  • Sienna Elizabeth Raimonde, The Bags of Life (M09)
  • Scott Rains, Solo Travel With a Disability (S09)
  • Matt Ramsey, Word Palleting (M17)
  • Jennifer Richardson, Writing My Lecture – Loose Associations (D17)
  • Curtis Robbins, Response to Dialogue on Disability (S09); Percepts of Deafness From Henry Lawson's Poems (M14)
  • Dana Robbins, Playing Patty Cake with One Hand (M16)
  • Stuart Sanderson, A Meditation on Computers (S08); Amaryllis Theater (S09)
  • Lizz Schumer, The Museum of disABILITY History (M18)
  • Nancy Scott (1), Blind Writer at Work (J10)
  • Karl Sherlock, Thrift (D16)
  • Dan Simpson, Line Breaks the Way I See Them (M07)
  • Cheré Smith, Frames of Restraint in Eigner and Bartlett (S12)
  • Ellen McGrath Smith, "Hearing a Pear": Poetry Reading on a New Frequency (J10)
  • Marilyn Brandt Smith and Bonnie Blose, You Can't Skip the Scary Stuff (S09)
  • Vayda Smith, Idiopathic (D13)
  • Leilani Squire, Never the Same, Again (D16)
  • Peter Street, from Memoir (D11)
  • Osomun Sylvester, On Poetry (D07)
  • Lynne Thermann, Junkie-Overture with Repetition (J12)
  • Sean Toner, Immaterial (S17)
  • Terry Tracy, Zen in the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (D12)
  • Michael Uniacke, Old MacDonald Had a Laugh (M14); The Truth That Brings Untold Stories from the Past (S14)
  • Claudia Vesterby, Two German Translations (D12)
  • Connie Voisine, Zoeglossia: A Retreat for Writers with Disabilities (S16)
  • Sharon Wachsler, Disability Culture (D07)
  • Nuala Watt, Skivers' Song; Invigilation (S17)
  • Patricia Wellingham-Jones, Poetry Fits My Body (S09)
  • Roy White, Walk Me to the Corner (M15)
  • Liz Whiteacre, Extending Conversations on Pain (M11); The Campus Wheelchair Project Poems (J16); Persona and the Campus Wheelchair Project (S16)
  • Ellen Williams, Masquerade (D08); Summer Goes to Sleep (S09); When Dreams Don't Come True (S10): Shortcuts to Serenity (M11)
  • Andre Le Monte Wilson, Ghosts and Poets: Ghosts (M13); Ghosts and Poets: Poets (J13)
  • Avra Wing, I'm not Disabled, I'm a Hippie (M12)
  • Kathi Wolfe, Helen Keller: Obsession and Muse (J07); Finding My Muse: On Being a Crip, Queer Poet (M08); Labor Pains and the Muse: The Birth of Uppity Blind Girl (S10); Time Traveling with My Muse (M12)
  • Saloua Ali Ben Zahra, Fatima vs. "The Cure" (M15); Speaking Volumes: The Bond in Deafness of an Iraq Father and Son (J15); Translating "The Ghoul" (S18)

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Interviews

  • Sandra Alland, Khairani Barokka and Daniel Sluman , editors of Stairs and Whispers (S17)
  • Christopher Ambolino, film maker (M11)
  • Trish Ayers, playwrite and poet (M08)
  • Jennifer Bartlett, poet (J11)
  • Lori Brozek and Marie Kane, editors of Pentimento (S14)
  • Mark Burnhope, poet and activist [interviewed by Laurie Clemens] S13)
  • Adrean Clark*, artist (M14)
  • Trish Ayers, playwrite and poet (M08)
  • John Lee Clark, poet and editor(J10)
  • Laura Cohen, creator of DISLABLED Philly film series (J15)
  • Jane Commane, Publisher of Nine Arches Press (D17)
  • Eileen Cronin and T. K. Dalton, prose writers (M16)
  • Barbara Crooker, poet (J08)
  • Amber DiPietra and Denise Leto, poets (D12)
  • Philip Dowd, scholar and poet (D09)
  • Morris Eidelsburg ,poet [interviewed by Robert Masterson] (D16)
  • Trace Estes, poet and editor of The Alsop Review (S09)
  • Anna Evans, poet and editor of The Barefoot Muse (J08)
  • Ann Finger*, novelist, fiction and memoir writer [interviewed by Josh Lukin] (J13)
  • Kenny Fries, Poet and Memoirist [interviewed by Rebecca Maskos] (S15)
  • Ana Garza G'z, poet and translator (J14)
  • S. Avis Gray and Andre LeMonte Wilson, short story writer and essayist (D13)
  • Beth Haller, media communications director (M15)
  • Therese Halsheid, essayist and poet (M14)
  • Laura Hershey, poet (D10)
  • Christopher Jon Huer , poet and fiction writer (M17)
  • Barry H.J. Horton* novelist and poet (D10)
  • Paul Hostovsky and Karyn Lie-Nielsen, poets and ASL translators (D17)
  • Noria Jablonski, short story writer (M08)
  • Sami Janson, Editor of Tiny Tim Literary Review (S16)
  • Darolyn Jones and Liz Whiteacre, anthologists (M14)
  • Paul Kahn, poet and playwrite (S07)
  • Anne Kaier, memoirist and poet (M13)
  • Rachel Kallem Whitman, mental health blogger [interviewed by Maya Northen] (S16)
  • Sarah Katz, poet (J16)
  • Erin Kelly, poet and columnist for Good Men Project (J15)
  • Jill Khoury, poet and editor (J15)
  • Tracy Koretsky, novelist (M07)
  • Chris Kuell, editor of Breath & Shadow [Interviewed by Linda Cronin] (S12)
  • Petra Kuppers, scholar and poet (J07)
  • Ellen LaFleche, poet (J11)
  • Karyn Lie-Nielsen , ASL translator and poet (M16)
  • Raymond Luczak, writer and Publisher of Handtype Press (D14)
  • Leah Maines, publisher of Finishing Line Books (D10) and (D17)
  • Chris Martin, poet and publisher of Unlimited Editions (D17)
  • Sean Mahoney, editor of Something on Our Minds (D09)
  • Shiela McMullin*, editor and poet (S17)
  • MaryAnn L. Miller, poet and artist ( S13)
  • Kobus Moolman, poet and playwrite ( D07)
  • Clare Mullaney, disabilities scholar ( M17)
  • Veronica Noechel ,poet [interviewed by Millicent Borges Accardi] (D16)
  • Irie Parker, novelist S09)
  • Rusty Morrison, poet and editor (D12)
  • Corbett O'Toole, editor of Reclamation Press (M18)
  • Scott Rains, travel writer and disability advocate (M14)
  • Ralph James Savarese, disabilities scholar (M12)
  • Nathan Say, performance poet (M12)
  • Andrea Scarpino ,poet [interviewed by Millicent Borges Accardi] (D16)
  • Nancy Scott, poet (S08)
  • Rachel Simon, novelist (D11)
  • Hal Sirowitz and Minter Krotzer, poet, essayist (S12)
  • Daniel Sluman, poet (M14)
  • Marilyn Brandt Smith, editor and poet (J12)
  • Kevin Spenst, poet [interviewed by Shane Neilson] (M18)
  • Eliot Spindel, web designer (M12)
  • Christine Stark, novelist (D11)
  • Josette Todaro, director for Amarylis Theater (M08)
  • Tracy A. Todd and Sean J. Mahoney, anthology editors (D09)
  • Nancy and Peter Torpey, radio show hosts (M14)
  • Terry Tracy, novelist (J12)
  • Michael Uniacke, fiction writer, memoirist (D15)
  • Dawn Waller, Inglis House computer technology director (S10)
  • Diane Weiner, Crip Con organizer(S16)
  • Jillian Weise, novelist and poet (M12)
  • Liz Whiteacre, poet (S10)
  • Gail Wilmott, editor of Kaleidoscope (D08)
  • Kathi Wolfe, poet (J14)
  • Saloua Ali Ben Zahra, Arabic language scholar (M16)
  • Rachael Zubal-Ruggieri, Information Specialist for Syracuse University (D13)
  • Sheila Black, Lydia Fecteau, Heather Garrison, Therése Halscheid, and Cynthia Leweicki-Wilson, dialogue on teaching disability literature (M09)
  • Linda Cronin, Ona Gritz, Patricia Wellingham-Jones and Kathi Wolfe, dialogue on disability poetry (J09)
  • Kara Dorris, Rebecca Foust, Anne Kaier, Laurie Clements Lambeth and Liz Whiteacre, dialogue on disability poetry (S11)
  • Jill Khoury, Emily Lund, Emily Michael and Kristen Witucki, dialogue on writing and visual disability (S14)
  • Andrea Nicki, Linda Benninghoff, Nancy Viva Davis Halifax, and Annamarie Johnson-Kwochka,dialogue on psychological disability poetry (D15)

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Photography, Visual Arts, and Music

  • Eselina Barnett, Jam Ammy, Krip Hop Artist (S18)
  • John Bartley, Alex Lubet's Spectral Blues (D13)
  • Amanda Cachia, What Can a Body Do? (S12)
  • Adrean Clark, The Artifact series (M14)
  • Nancy Creighton, Betty G. Miller: Deaf Painter (S07)
  • Linda A. Cronin, Sandi Yi and Wearable Art (J12)
  • Rebecca Foust, Owen Bragg: Artist and Author (S11)
  • Michelle Gage, A War Wherein, Op. 1 No. 4 (S14)
  • Kevin Gotkin, The Rupture Sometimes (D11)
  • Yvette Green, Our Film Project (S07)
  • Caitlin Hernandez, Magic in a Bottle (D14)
  • Dana Hirsch, Computer Art (D07)
  • Alexandra Kadlec, Raphaelle De Groot: Searching in the Space of Performances (M15)
  • Diane Kendig, Speaking Even More of Maria Blanchard ( M13)
  • Heather Kirk, The Exposed Series: Flowers on Black (M07); Bent Palm Seeries (J08)
  • Laurie Clements Lambeth, Graphic Memoir (S15)
  • Janet Lawson, The Dignity of Risk (D11)
  • Alex Lubet, What the Right Hand Doesn't Know… (S12)
  • Raymond Luczak, Review of the Film The Tribe (D11)
  • John Luttenberger III, Creating Braile Programs for Mendelssohn Club Concerts (M12)
  • Emily Michael, Designing the Parachorus (J15); Sketching the Rose (S16)
  • MaryAnn L. Miller, Screen Monotypes (S13)
  • Ilene Myers, Experiences in Digital Photography (D08)
  • Jan Napier, Creative Connections: Art Meets Poetry (D14)
  • Elijah Northen, Exploring Body Form (J07); Exploring Body Form - Part 2 (D08)
  • Michael Northen, Crossing the Threshold (J15); Consent to Be Seen: Riva Lehrer's Repatriation Through Portraiture (D16)
  • Amy Ostreicher, Composing the Way Back from Coma (S15)
  • Nick Pentzell, Response to Deej (M18)
  • Amy Robinson, Hands Plural (M17)
  • Nancy Rourke, Painting the Deaf Experience ( J14)
  • Stuart Sanderson, Computer Art (M10)
  • Peter Torpey , Playing Blind: The Peter Torpey Trio (M14)
  • Cynthia Weitzel, Art as Deaf Life Experience (S14)
  • Robert Woltanski, Painting: My Story (J09)
  • Anna Yarrow, Asleep/Awake (M14)
  • Saloua Ali Ben Zahra, Translating "When is the Spring" (M16)

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Book Excerpts

  • Maya Northen Augelli, Work in Progress [novel] M08
  • Trish Ayers, LUMPS [play] M08
  • Rebecca Chamaa, Pills, Poetry and Prose [essays and poetry] D15
  • Ann Chiappetta, Follow Your Dog [Memoir] D17
  • Jonathan Chiccino, The Penumbra Chronicles [novel] S10
  • Michelle Fernandez, Eminent Domain [novel] S17
  • Liesel Jobson, Get Lost in Joburg: Ten Ways [memoir] S17
  • John Pixley, Jury By Trial [play] D07
  • Jessica Goody, Defense Mechanisms [poetry] M17
  • Gretchen Henderson, Of Marvelous Things Heard [essays] D12
  • Caitlin Hernandez, Dreaming in Color [play] D14
  • Cynthia Hogue, In June, the Labyrinth [poetry] M08
  • B. J. Horton, Gemini Rising [novel] M14
  • Paul Kahn, The Making of Free Verses [play] D07
  • Petra Kuppers and Neil Marcus , Cripple Poetics: A Love Story [poetics] J08
  • Tracy Koretsky, Ropeless [novel] J07
  • Noria Jablonski, Human Oddities [short stories] M08
  • Liesl Jobson, Soda Lakes [short story] D07
  • Raymond Luczak, Assembly Required [autobiography] M10; Notes of a Deaf Gay Writer 20 years Later [memoir] S11; From Heart to Art [interviews] D14
  • Liv Mammone, To the Able-Bodied Poet Entering the Disability Poetics Workshop from QDA [poetry] D15
  • J. R. McRae, Free Passage [novel] D14
  • Constance Merritt, Blind Girl Grunt [poetry] D16
  • Rusty Morrison, Book of the Given [poetry] M12
  • Tito Mukhopadhyay, Plankton Dreams [memoir] M08
  • Tendai Mwanaka and Daniel da Purificacao, from Best "New" Poetry 2015 [poetry] M16
  • Shannon O'Connor, Jesus Needed Medication [novel] D13
  • Elaine Paliatsas-Haughey, AQ Race [memoir] D17
  • John Pixley, Jury By Trial [play] D07
  • Adam Pottle, Mantis Dreams[novel] D07
  • Anand Prahlad, Venice Beach [memoir] D16
  • Gary Presley, Seven Wheelchairs [autobiography] D08
  • Kristen Ringman, Makara [novel] D12; I Stole You [short fiction] J17; The Tenth Nadine [short fiction] S17
  • Nan Rosen and Carolyn Mineah, Voyage to Centauri [novel] M10
  • Robert Rudney, Lovers Lame [novel] D07
  • Lizz Schumer, Buffalo Steel [novel] D13
  • Tamara Sellman, Ouroboros [essay] M16
  • Carol Smallwood, Lily's Odyssey [novel] S13
  • Christine Stark, Nickels: A Tale of Dissociation [novel] S11
  • Leslie Swartz, Able Bodied [autobiography] D07
  • Brian Teare, The Empty Form Goes All the Way to Heaven [poetry] D07
  • Terry Tracy, A Great Place for a Seizure [novel] D13
  • Kristen Witucki, The Transcriber [young adult fiction] M14; Songs of the Moon [novel] M17
  • Kathi Wolfe, The Uppity Blind Girl Poems [poetry] S14
  • Musa Zulu, The Language of Me [autobiography] S10

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Fiction

  • Timothy Allen, The Immigrant (J14) Leaping the Fence (D14)
  • Lee Amir, In a "Writing and Healing" Workshop, Bruce Eats Chocolate, Thinks Candy (S13)
  • Jenny Andersen, A Perfect Score (S18)
  • Jimmy Burns, Killing Time Between Therapies (M12)
  • A. J. Cunder, Snowfall Sarcophagus (J18)
  • Kara Dorris, Littoral Drift (S13); Reasons for Moving (S17); Pleasure Dome (D17)
  • Kerry Fenton, Home and Elsewhere (S18)
  • Anne Finger, Convalescence (S12)
  • Claire Forrest, The Business of Being in Love – Part 1 (M14); Part 2 (J14)
  • Anita Frey, The Pig in the Hermitage (J18)
  • Alyssa Frierson, Playing in the Dark (M14)
  • Linda Fuchs, Choices (J15))
  • Greg Gibson, Thursday Morning Gardening Club - Part 1(S14); Part 2 (D14)
  • Kristen Harmon, What Lay Ahead: Part 1 (J15); Part 2 (S15); Part 3 (D15)
  • Louise M. Hart, Alien Insanity (M18)
  • Faleeha Hassan, Granny (M15)
  • Sandy Olson Hill, Assisted Living (S12); Metaphors (D14)
  • Christopher Jon Heuer, Trauma (S13)
  • Paul Hostovsky, The Quiet Car (J18); UEB (S18)
  • Carol Jeffers, On Configuration (S18)
  • Beth Jellicoe, Amaris (M16)
  • Leisl Jobson, The Gospel of Adam's Ex; Invasive Species; The Night is a Teacher (M09) Ulcer; Ecstay (J09); Still Life in the Art Room (J13)
  • Suzanne Kamata, Little Ninjas (S18)
  • Chris Kuell, Strange Fruit (M13)
  • Ed Krizek, Afterlife (D10)
  • Petra Kuppers, The Nursing Home (J14)
  • Lee Todd Lacks, Absolving Lynn (D15))
  • Emily Lund, Scribbles (J14)
  • Raymond Luczak, Scentless (M14); We Were Here First (J15)
  • Chad MacDonald, Blow, Push, Blow (J16); For Me, But Never Mine (S17)
  • Jonathan Mack, This is About Perfection (D17)
  • Lorna McGinnis, Missing Andrew (J14); Waiting (S18)
  • Tendai Mwanaka, Breaking the Silence (S08)
  • Ellen McGrath Smith, Two Really Different Things (S12)
  • Shannon O'Connor*, Drowning in Cats (M13); Princess Stops the World (D16)
  • Kelley A Pasmanick , Capped (J15)
  • Susan M. Silver, I'll Be Looking at the Moon (S14)
  • Joan Sobczak, The Secret of Friendship (D17)
  • Abbie Johnson Taylor, The Flower Boy ( S08)
  • Ellen Williams, The Hat (J08); Sally and Maggie (S08), Waiting Room Blues (D08); I Shot the Radio in the Women's Locker Room (J09)
  • Kelsey Young, Advocate for Disability(S17)

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Drama

  • Lucas Foss, Re-Calculating – Part 1 (M13); Re-Calculating – Part 2 (S13)
  • Paul Kahn, Into the Gray Zone (S12)
  • Anna Tatelman, Life on the Moon: Scenes 1 & 5 (J18)

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Reading Loop

  • Bartlett, Jennifer (editor), A Cripping of Projective Verse (S13)
  • Bogle, Ann (editor), 1918, 1944, 1991 and Now (S14)
  • Burnhope, Mark (editor), Negotiating Broken Bridges: disability poetics from where I'm sitting. Featuring Sean Burn, Laurie Clemens, Peter Daniels, Sophie Mayer, Daniel Shuman and Peter Street (J12)
  • Cronin, Eileen and Andrew Lakritz (editors), Grief and Grievance. Featuring Dagoberto Gilb Robert Frost.
  • Davio, Kelly (editor), In Which We Are Villains. Featuring Keah Brown, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Ariel Henley, and Alaine Leary (S17)
  • Dorris, Kara (editor), Some Notes on the Body as a Text of Erasure. Featuring Sean Burn, Jennifer Bartlett, Carol Berg, Sheila Black, and Elizabeth Brasher (S12)
  • Harrison, René (editor), Poetics and the Visual Blind - Part I. James Homan and Helen Keller (J18)
  • Hostovsky, Paul (editor), On Pink Gymnastic Tongues: Non-Diabled Writers Writing about Disability. Featuring Ellen Bryant Voight, Frank Gallimore, Barbara CRooker, Mark Haddon, Mark Halliday, Claudia Emerson, T. C. Boyle, Joanne Greenberg and Erin Belieu (M16)
  • Jackson, Andy (editor), Under My Skin I Have a Different Name. Featuring Aidan Coleman, Antony Ridell, and Mal McKimmie (M13)
  • Jyothsnaphanija (editor), Journey as a Metaphor: Voyaging the Poetry of Selected Indian Disabled Poets. Featuring Sant surdas, Raghunadhamma and Suryakamari Satyawada, Yasmin Sawheny, and Tito Mukhopadhyaya (D14)
  • Leto, Denise (editor), Mask, Pause, Mask: Somatics and the Language of Grief and Disability. Featuring Violet Juno and Norma Cole (M14)
  • Lewis, Victoria (editor), In Praise of Plays Not The Christmas Carol. Featuring James MacDonald, David Freeman, Lynn Manning, Mike Ervin, John Belluso, Susan Nussbaum and Kaite O'Reilly (M15)
  • Mahoney, Sean (editor), "I Want You to Show Me Your Wounds. Featuring Kenneth Patchen, Nancy Mairs and Joe Frank (M18)
  • McMullin, Sheila (editor), On Comics and Disability. Featuring Andrew Godfrey, ET (D15)
  • Moolman, Kobus (editor), Remembering the Body. Featuring Peter Esterhuysen and Lionel Abrahams (D13)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Ten Poems to Kickstart Your Disability Lit Class. Featuring Linda Benninghoff, Linda J. Cronin, Barbara Crooker, Ona Gritz, Christopher Jon Heuer, Leroy Moore, Michael Morrell, Stuart Sanderson, and Peter Street (J13)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Unsung Forerunners. Featuring Steven Parker, Stuart Sanderson, Diana Serviss, Mary Tisera, Laura Emerson, Yvette Green and Dana Hirsch. (J14)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Referential Disability Poetry. Featuring Kathi Wolfe, Jim Ferris, Lisa Gill, Hal Sirowitz, Stephen Kuusisto, Des Kenny, Ana Garza G'z, and Andrea Nicki. (J16)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Ten More Poems to Kickstart Your Disability Lit Class. Featuring Jennifer Bartlett, John Lee Clark, Karyn-Lie Nielsen, Cali Linfors, Liv Mammone, Angeline Schellenberg, Jilian Weise, Liz Whiteacre, and Avra Wing (J17)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Let Us Now Praise Disabled Writers. Featuring Marlena Chertock, Ana Garza G'z, Liv Mammone, Lizz Schumer, Michael Uniacke, Nuala Watt, Liz Whiteacre and Avra Wing. (D17)
  • Shumer, Lizz (editor), If Beauty is A Verb, Why Aren't We Moving?  Featuring Kenny Fries Banu Kapil and Lisa Lutwyche (J15)
  • Simpson, Daniel (editor), The Trouble with I. Featuring Stephen Kuusisto, Lynn Manning, Nancy Scott, and David Simpson (D12)

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Responses

  • Kenny, Desmond and Michael Northen (editors), When I Consider John Milton. Including responses from Tasha Chemel, Ana Garza G's, Jill Khoury, Stephen Kuusisto, Ria Mead, Emily Michael, Andrew Sydlik and Kristen Witucki (S14)
  • G'z, Ana Garza and Adam Pottle (editors), Tiny Tim. Including responses from Mark Burnhope, Barbara Crooker, Lizz Schumer and Lori-Ann Tessier (D14)
  • Northen, Michael (editor), Tribute to Tobin Siebers. Including responses from Christopher Krentz, Petra Kuppers, Travis Lau, Alex Lubet and Carol Marfisi (M15)
  • Simpson, Daniel (editor), Tribute to David Simpson. Including responses from David Simpson, Stephen Kuusisto, Rocky Wilson, Shirley J. Brewer, Ona Gritz, Phillip Jones, Elizabeth Rivers, Scott Edward Anderson and Michael Northen (D16)

Gatherer's Blog

  • Ona Gritz, The Gatherer's Blog (S17)
  • Anne Kaier, Hunting, Pecking and Gathering(M18)
  • Stephen Kuusisto, On Writing, Blogging and Waking Early (D17)
  • MaryAnn L. Miller, It's All the Same to Me(S18)
  • Daniel Simpson, Reading, Thinking and Keeping My Mind Open (J18)
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