Poetry

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Kiss Your Brain: Diagnosis Diaries

By: Christina Costa

This collection of poems was written from the day the author was sent to the emergency room through her first phase of radiation and chemotherapy treatment.

Disabled? Disabled! Disabled: Transitional Poems from the Disability Perspective

By: Daniel Garcia

Disabled? Disabled! Disabled is a diverse collection of verse that reflects on the world through the eyes of a fresh voice in poetry.

Stand By Me RP

By: Dave Steele

"Dave Steele's poetry is an amazingly intense, insightful, and accurate portrayal about what it is like, and how it feels to have RP. He has brought countless people together with his words, largely eliminating the isolation we all felt, and articulating our fears and hopes in ways we couldn't . His words educate family and friends of those with RP in a way no one else can, straight from the heart. Dave's words bring not only bring a new understanding and hope for us all, but also give us permission to embrace the feelings of hopelessness and despair that we so often hide from our loved ones, so that we may move forward from those feelings and live our lives to the fullest."

Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability

By: Jennifer Bartlett, Michael Northenis, Sheila Black

"Immerse yourself in muscular poems of tenderness and intensity, intimate poems of eloquence and bluntness, profound poems that present disability's difficulty, challenge, and pride - all the while exploring the triumph of the human condition." - Marie Kane, author ofSurvivors in the Garden

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