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“...reading these poems is the first time I have felt like myself again, and I’ll tell you why. Because pain and disability are powerfully complex things, it is so rare for them to be granted the space and understanding they deserve. It feels, so often, that those who live only in the kingdom of the well cannot travel between worlds, cannot reach us, cannot cross the chasm of understanding. But there is a way to reach out across that divide, to make ourselves understood and seen and real, and that is through art, and through writing.”
journalist and author of I Choose Elena and My Body Keeps Your Secrets