Jennifer Bartlett

I am joining the march because I feel it is a crucial time for people with disabilities to continue fighting for their rights. With the election of Donald Trump disabled people are at risk for losing their health care. This crosses through all lines of types of disability as well as race, gender, and sexual orientation

Bio and Links:

 Jennifer Bartlett is the author of three collections of poetry and co-editor of Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability. Recently, Bartlett published an op-ed piece in the New York Times on disability and sexuality.

Books
Autobiograpy/Anti-Autobiography
Derivative of the Moving Image
(a) lullaby without any music
 
 
Editorial

Typo

http://www.typomag.com/issue25/

A woman and teenage boy walking down a hill holding hands with a Northern European town in the distance. The woman is weighing a knee-length dress and carrying a purse. The boy is wearing a "Who" concert t-shirt. They are walking along a brick wall with moss on it.
A woman and teenage boy walking down a hill holding hands with a Northern European town in the distance. The woman is weighing a knee-length dress and carrying a purse. The boy is wearing a “Who” concert t-shirt. They are walking along a brick wall with moss on it.

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