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Spoon Stealers, Week 3: The Unicorn Who Farted Sparkles
Cerebral Palsy / Living fully / mental health / Multiple Sclerosis / Spoon Stealers / Spoonie Challenges

Spoon Stealers, Week 3: The Unicorn Who Farted Sparkles

I am my own worst enemy. I tend to spiral downwards when issues get to me, and I lose myself in the shadowy labyrinth. I know its walls very well and have wandered them for so long, they are a second home to me now. Looking back, I see spoons littering the dirt floor of … Continue reading

Call for Submissions—Nothing Without Us anthology!
Books/Anthologies / Submissions

Call for Submissions—Nothing Without Us anthology!

A really exciting collaboration is happening! Editors Cait “Pinky” Gordon and Talia “The Brain” Johnson are collaborating with the wonderful Presses Renaissance Press to bring this collection of short fiction together! Give them genres! They want genres! From the Nothing Without Us website: Do you write words? Specifically, do you write English words that band together to … Continue reading

Spoon Stealers, Week 2: We will steal your spoons. First, fill out this consent form.
Autism / Spoon Stealers / Spoonie Challenges

Spoon Stealers, Week 2: We will steal your spoons. First, fill out this consent form.

For far too many disabled people, finding services—let alone accessing them—is a difficult-to-impossible task. When one does find them, then attending appointments, going for tests, and so on, sucks up even more spoons. In almost every case, we have to sign forms giving the provider permission to steal our spoons in whatever way. ODSP wants … Continue reading

Spoon Stealers, Week 1: Using Strollers on Public Transit
Parenting / Spoon Stealers / Spoonie Challenges

Spoon Stealers, Week 1: Using Strollers on Public Transit

Editor’s Note: Our Spoon Stealers series was inspired by this week’s first post, written by Jen Desmarais. While the Spoonie Authors Network is mostly about our writing journey, it’s important for people to understand how situations in our daily lives rob us of our spoons. These articles are the personal experiences of our contributors. I … Continue reading