Tag: Multiple Sclerosis

Artificial Divide – AVAILABLE NOW!

I’m thrilled that Artificial Divide is out now! It’s an anthology of short stories written by blind and visually impaired authors and each story is told with blind or visually impaired people as the protagonist. It’s a very powerful own voices anthology and I’m… Continue Reading “Artificial Divide – AVAILABLE NOW!”

The Circle of the Moon – A Poem

I am sitting outside of the forest. I don’t feel like going in and losing myself within its branches as it whispered sweet nothings to me. Instead, I find myself walking around the edge of the trees, remembering what it took from me and… Continue Reading “The Circle of the Moon – A Poem”

The Galaxy Within – A Poem

I wish that I had the power to control time, however I don’t think I could handle the responsibility. Waiting is difficult, every day feeling incredibly long and impossibly short. Time has lost all meaning, it is no longer relative especially during these times.… Continue Reading “The Galaxy Within – A Poem”

Waterfall/Mind/Garden – A Poem

I am within the garden. Strolling around my mind, I take in everything that has been planted there. Every leaf, tree and flower planted by my hand. If I listen, I can hear voices travelling on the wind. I go towards the sound stopping… Continue Reading “Waterfall/Mind/Garden – A Poem”

Claiming my Shadow Self – On Writing Disabled

Years ago, a friend of mine asked me if I would ever write a novel with a character who had Multiple sclerosis. I gave him a definitive no. When he asked me why not and pointed out that people would want to read a… Continue Reading “Claiming my Shadow Self – On Writing Disabled”

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