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Paddling, with a belt on
ankylosing spondylitis / Spoonie Challenges / Writing journey

Paddling, with a belt on

Hey, nice to meet you. I’m Michelle. I’m a novelist, a radio professional, and a disabled person. I have ankylosing spondylitis, an immune-mediated auto-inflammatory disease that’s trying to destroy my hips, seize my rib cage, and turn my spine into one lone bone — oh, and chew on the rest of my joints for snacks. … Continue reading

Mixing Memoir and Poetry with Tangela Williams-Spann: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
Podcast

Mixing Memoir and Poetry with Tangela Williams-Spann: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

The Spoonie Authors Podcast is back, this time with guest Tangela Williams-Spann. Tangela Williams-Spann is a mental health and wellness blogger as well as the mother of an autistic person. She has worked in special education for over fifteen years and is currently completing coursework towards a masters’ degree in Special Education at Grand Canyon … Continue reading

Probably Getting Blocked by Celebrities and Other Topics with JC Hannigan: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
Podcast

Probably Getting Blocked by Celebrities and Other Topics with JC Hannigan: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week’s interview is with romance author JC Hannigan! Find out more about her at https://www.jchannigan.com/ Thank you for listening to this episode of the Spoonie Authors Podcast! This podcast is part of the Spoonie Authors Network, an initiative dedicated to building community among disabled creatives. Join the community by participating in the Spoonie Authors … Continue reading

Managing Spoons One Year Later: Christina Robins
Managing Spoons One Year Later

Managing Spoons One Year Later: Christina Robins

Editor’s note: The last twelve months (and counting) of living during a global pandemic has had an affect on us Spoonies, so I thought I would do a six-week series, asking some of our contributing authors the same questions about how they are managing spoons, one year later. This week’s featured author: Christina Robins SpAN … Continue reading