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Featured SpAN Author: Rachel Marie (Jeffery)
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Featured SpAN Author: Rachel Marie (Jeffery)

Rachel Jeffery is a writer who battles with cerebral palsy, depression, spinal arthritis, and CFS/ME. She now works in public relations.  Rachel has recently released the romance, Carefree and Consequence, which is available on Amazon (writing as Rachel Marie). You can read more about Rachel’s work on her website, The Rachel Diaries.  You can also follow her on … Continue reading

Spoonie Spotlight: Talia C. Johnson
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Spoonie Spotlight: Talia C. Johnson

It’s your friendly neighbourhood SpAN Editor here. I thought for the start of 2019, it would be great to highlight how our contributors (and other awesome humans) are using their spoons! For this week’s Spoonie Spotlight, we’re featuring Talia C. Johnson, who does so many thing with her life, I just wanted you to learn … Continue reading

Spoonie Spotlight: Jamieson Wolf, Author of Little Yellow Magnet
Author interviews / Blog tour stop / Books/Anthologies / Cerebral Palsy / Multiple Sclerosis / Spoonie Challenges / Spoonie Spotlight

Spoonie Spotlight: Jamieson Wolf, Author of Little Yellow Magnet

It’s your friendly neighbourhood SpAN Editor here. I thought for the start of 2019, it would be great to highlight how our contributors (and other awesome humans) are using their spoons! For our first Spoonie Spotlight, we’re featuring the incomparable Jamieson Wolf, author of over 60 works. While we could talk all day about his … Continue reading

Me, ableist? That’s cr*zy!
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Me, ableist? That’s cr*zy!

Content warning: This article deals with terms that can be hurtful to people who manage disabilities, mental illness, or other medical conditions. I mention these terms to educate about why we should choose other words instead. If the title of this article made you cringe, then I feel hopeful because you recognized a term originally … Continue reading