FEATURED PUBLICATIONS ✎
Selected essay published in A Shadow Map: An Anthology By Survivors of Sexual Assault (Civil Coping Mechanisms 2017), edited by Joanna C. Valente.
“The Importance of Finding Family,” The New York Times.
“My childhood best friend broke my heart. Years later, she’s the perfect double-date,” The Washington Post.
“Why the Publishing Industry Can’t Get Disability Right,” The Establishment.
“Please offer me a seat,” The Boston Globe.
“My Dad Taught Me How to Shave My Legs,” Cosmopolitan.
“No Other Options,” The Rumpus.
“How I Use Fashion As a Form of Self-Care,” Allure.
“I Changed My Name After I Was Raped,” Narratively.
“I Lost Both My Mom and My Best Friend Unexpectedly,” Seventeen.
“8 myths and 5 truths about millennials,” The Boston Globe Magazine.
“Some dads intimidate their daughters’ dates. Mine was always accepting,” The Washington Post.
“How To Support Your Suicidal Parent,” The Establishment.
“I had to come out twice — as queer and as disabled,” HelloGiggles.
“Autism On Television Needs More Diverse Representation,” Teen Vogue.
“New Lawsuit Tackles the Notorious Inaccessibility of the NYC Subway System,” Rooted in Rights.
“Learning To Love My Purple Sparkly Cane,” Ravishly.
“I Don’t Want to See Photos of Your Kids on Facebook,” Cosmopolitan.
“What it’s like to survive the loss of your mother,” HelloGiggles.
“Why I Changed My Name After I Was Raped,” Marie Claire.
“Why You Need to Start Including Disabled People In Your Health Care Activism,” The Establishment.
“Why are these housing markets so hot? Homeowners and house hunters explain,” The Boston Globe Magazine
“How to Pick a Perfume When You Can’t Smell,” Racked.
“I was raised by a single mom. I always wanted to be one, too,” The Washington Post.
“What It Means To Be Highly Empathetic, And Autistic,” The Establishment.
“How ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Helped Me Deal With My Rape,” Teen Vogue.
“How Media Prevents Us From Truly Empathizing With Disabled Characters,” The Establishment.
“My Mom’s Rape Destroyed Her, but She Inspired Me to Survive My Own,” Cosmopolitan.
“What Jessica Jones Means for a Queer Rape Survivor,” AfterEllen.