Categories: 2020-, Crip Literature, Emerging Authors, Identity, Personal Essay, Poetry
From: Disabled Voices
Eyebrows – Self Portrait #1 – Self Portrait #3 – Community, Identity, and My Gifted Diagnosis – And Yet I Shine – Pill Poppers – Safe Hands: a poem for autistic youth –On Valentine’s Day, Let’s Recognize Why #AccessIsLove
sb. smith is a queer Disabled writer, editor, artist, and cat lover living on Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh land (known as Vancouver). She is a student of creative writing and sociology at Vancouver Island University and their own writing has been published in antilang., Rooted in Rights, Portal, Sad Girl Review, Navigator Student Press, and more. She is dedicated to Disability Justice initiatives by helping amplify diverse Disabled voices through both their professional and community-based work.