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All of What Makes Me a Spoonie is Invisible
Activism and Advocacy / Connecting / Invisible disabilities

All of What Makes Me a Spoonie is Invisible

I’d like to think of myself as a pretty well-informed person when it comes to the disability community. Still, I hadn’t even heard the term “Spoonie” until I began following more self-identified Spoonies on Twitter in the last year or so. Many of them I discovered through writing a short story for the Nothing Without … Continue reading

The Grief of a New Disability and More with Meredith O’Brien: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
Podcast

The Grief of a New Disability and More with Meredith O’Brien: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week, multi-published author Meredith O’Brien joins us to discuss Uncomfortably Numb, a memoir about the life-altering diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Find out more about Meredith at https://www.mereditheobrien.com Don’t like the podcast format? Scroll down to watch this podcast as a YouTube video (CC available) or read the transcript! The Spoonie Authors Podcast is part … Continue reading

Managing Mental Health, Writing, and More with Nicole Zelniker: A Spoonie Authors Podcast
Podcast

Managing Mental Health, Writing, and More with Nicole Zelniker: A Spoonie Authors Podcast

This week’s interview is with multi-genre author Nicole Zelniker! Find out more about her at https://www.nicolezelniker.com   Don’t like the podcast format? You can view the podcast as a YouTube video (CC available) or read the transcript below. Transcript Dianna Gunn: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to this Spoonie Author’s podcast, a podcast where we explore … Continue reading

Managing Spoons in 2020, featuring Jamieson Wolf
Cerebral Palsy / Managing Spoons in 2020 / Multiple Sclerosis / Spoonie Challenges

Managing Spoons in 2020, featuring Jamieson Wolf

Editor’s note: As promised, this Fall season brings us a new series called Managing Spoons in 2020. It’s been a heck of a year for many of us, so I decided to ask fellow Spoonies how they’ve been handling it. Always lovely to have you on the Spoonie Authors Network, Jamieson! Can you please introduce yourself … Continue reading