A Chronology of TouchCatapult

Broken Body, Worthless Girl, and Other Lies I Called Truth, in HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD

Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World Contributor Kayla Whaley on the Word and the BookBarnes & Noble Teen Blog

Want to Track a Disabled Person? Maybe Ask Them FirstThe Outline

The Present and Future of Disability in YA BooksBook Riot

On Susannah Nevison’s TeratologyThe Deaf Poets Society

How I’m Embracing Femme in a Disabled BodyThe Establishment
—   Reprinted at The Huffington Post

A Particular InvisibilityGay YA

More Than Enough: On Swimming, Walking, and Forgotten SensationsThe Toast

Queering My Language, Queering MyselfQueer Girl Cafe

#OwnVoices: Why We Need Diverse Authors in Children’s LiteratureBrightly

Nobody Catcalls the Woman in the WheelchairThe Establishment
—   Reprinted at Everyday Feminism and The Huffington Post
—   Included in “Happy Birthday Est.: Ruchika’s Editor Picks”

To Fill an Emptiness: Tradition, Food, and the HolidaysThe Toast
—   Included in The Toast’s year-end post, “Our Favorite Freelance Pieces of 2015

Here is What’s Wrong with Kylie Jenner’s Wheelchair PhotoThe Toast

Chasing ‘Normal’: My Summers at a Camp for Disabled KidsThe Toast

Diversity 101: The Disabled SaintCBC Diversity

Beyond Ableism and Ignorance: Disability and FictionKill Your Darlings
—   Included in Brooklyn Magazine’s “‘We’ve Been Out Here Working’: Diversity in Publishing, A Partial Reading List

Disability in Kidlit Collection
—   Everything I’ve ever written for DiKL in one handy place.



BruisedMichigan Quarterly Review
—   Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train‘s Very Short Fiction Award

tended, tangled, and veinedUncanny Magazine