“Pet” is a poem sequence that navigates the reader through the traumatic & transformative journey of domestic abuse and its aftermath.
I originally wrote this piece about disclosing disability in the early days of my grappling with the loss of dance as a result of my disability. Since then, my baseline ability has fluctuated many times but even five years later, this piece still resonates strongly with the complex evaluation process necessary to safely disclose a disability, and the grief that comes when the onset of disability is later in life.
When I joined the disability activism community, I learned a new frame of reference that changed how I engaged with the world at large: Accessibility. I had no idea that this concept would expand for me from a branch of activism to a life philosophy and identity: How to be an accessible person.
So, when we first started making digital art, we….[Read More on Patreon]
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In addition to my disability being dynamic, it also straddles the divide between a visible and an invisible disability, to the point that I can hide it if I want to. But moving between visible and invisible means I also have to make a choice between scrutiny and erasure.
You may have noticed that our Patreon didn’t really have any bonus content for the last few months. That’s due to a number of reasons but first and foremost…[Read More on Patreon]
It’s July, which means it’s the month the disabled community has chosen to celebrate disability pride month! Celebrating pride is all about increasing visibility, awareness, and care for a marginalized community. If you are looking for a way to do that this July, read on!
This week we opened our brand new Etsy shop: KellaCoCreations!
I had hoped to share updates with all of you on the various products I told you about in my last post. However, a recent development in…[Read More on Patreon]
A change to Redbubble’s payment policies has motivated me to leave the platform in favor of selling my digital art designs on Etsy. Here’s why.