• Shut out: measuring disability and segregation in US cities - WalletHub ranks the 150 best and worst cities for disabled people. Here's how Seattle fares.
  • 8/6 #CripLit Twitter Chat: Writing Disability - You are invited to the ninth #CripLit Twitter chat co-hosted by novelist Nicola Griffith and Alice Wong of the Disability Visibility Project®. We want to talk about the experience of writing about and from being disabled. Please join us on 6 August, 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern
  • An open letter to all writing programmes, workshops, and retreats - After I have fulfilled my immediate contractual obligations, I will no longer support in any way any writing-related programme or organisation that does not have a public commitment to and specific timetable for becoming accessible.
  • Trans in the military - Today President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he is banning trans people from serving in the US military: I have no...
  • Quick housekeeping - The first part of my PhD story, Opportunity, vanished overnight but it’s now back. Sorry about that!
  • My name is No - My inbox has reached epic proportions. Many of the emails are requests. Unless I've already said yes, or we're talking about it, the answer will probably be No.
  • A piece of my heart - Each of us knows we are not our friends' and families' number one priority. Most of us, though, don't have to face the evidence of a loved one's blatant disregard for our comfort, safety, and well-being every time we approach their home. As person who uses a wheelchair, I do.
  • More Hild-inspired art - More Hild-inspired pictures from readers.
  • The story of my PhD, Part 5: Future - This is Part Five of the story of my doctorate—the who, why, when, what, and how of it—based on questions from readers on this blog, Facebook, and Twitter.
  • The story of my PhD, Part 4: Experience - This is Part Four of the story of my doctorate—the who, why, when, how of it—based on questions from readers on this blog, Facebook, and Twitter.