Resources Created by a Disabled Writer & Artist

A graphic in the colors of disability pride (muted green, blue, white, yellow, and red on a dark grey background) that says July is Disability Pride Month, with a series of hands reaching up as if to declare their presence.

I have been writing about disability, chronic illness, and mental health for seven years now, and in 2020, I started creating digital art based on the same themes. Add to that the many articles by guests that I’ve published by chronically ill writers and you get a BIG backlog of resources created and curated by a disabled writer and artist. 

It’s July, which is disability pride month, and as such I wanted to share with you a compilation of the resources and work I’ve spent the last seven years assembling. If you’d like to learn more about the experience of disability and chronic illness, or you’d like a list of resources to point family and friends to, this is the list for you. 

My Resources on Disability, Chronic Illness, and Mental Health

First, let me share with you some of the resources I’ve created over the years. 

Articles on Disability

Articles on Chronic Illness

Articles on Mental Health

Podcasts, Interviews, and Videos

Resources Created by Guests

In addition to my own work, many other activists and writers have contributed their work to this blog’s collection of resources on disability, chronic illness, mental health, and neurodivergence. 

Disability & Chronic Illness

Mental Health & Neurodivergence

My Disability & Chronic Illness Themed Art

As I started to design my own social justice digital art pieces to put on merch, it was only natural that these designs would follow the same theme of disability and chronic illness as the rest of my work. 

 To celebrate Disability Pride Month, I’ve put my disability and chronic illness themed products on sale for 10% off! 

See all Chronic Illness Products on Etsy

Stickers are excluded from this sale HOWEVER you can get 25% off when you buy TWO or more stickers with the code 2STICKERS, and you can get 30% off when you buy FOUR or more stickers with the code 4STICKERS. 


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