Cover of Vampires Never Get Old. An illustrated skull on a bright red background. Above the skull is the book's title, below are the contributors' and editors' names.Cover of Unbroken. Two illustrated characters in black and white hug in the center of the cover. The background is a starry night sky. Above the illustration is the title, below is the list of all contributors.

Cover of UP ALL NIGHT. The background is a watercolor sunset with cute illustrated constellations. The majority of the cover is the book's title in a hand lettered font with the author names below.FICTION & POETRY

The Grimoire of Grave Fates (Delacorte)

The Girl with the Teeth, Game On (Philomel)

Old Rifts and Snowdrifts, in Up All Night (Algonquin)

In Kind, in Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite (Imprint)
— Indie bestseller
— Starred review, Publishers Weekly
Junior Library Guild selection

The Leap and the Fall, in Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux)
—   Starred reviews from Kirkus and Booklist
Junior Library Guild selection

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

tended, tangled, and veinedUncanny Magazine


Cover of Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World. The cover is primarily orange with yellow and blue accents. It's all hand lettered text. On the left is the title, on the right the names of all contributors. Cover of Allies. Lots of colorful, simple shapes on a dark background. In each of the shapes is the name of a contributor. In the center of the cover, the title is written in large, playful block letters.ESSAYS & ARTICLES

Round and Round We Go, in Allies: Real Talk about Showing Up, Screwing Up, and Trying Again (DK Publishing), forthcoming 2021

Travel Memoirs Are All About Immersive Experiences–But How Do You Write That When You Use a Wheelchair?Bustle

(Don’t) Fear the Feeding TubeCatapult

After Losing the Ability to Eat Solid Food, I had Lost Twenty Pounds–Did I Want to Lose More?Catapult

The Difference a Meal Makes: On Losing the Ability to Eat Solid FoodCatapult

A Chronology of TouchCatapult

Broken Body, Worthless Girl, and Other Lies I Called Truth, in Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World (Algonquin)

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

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

The Present and Future of Disability in YA BooksBook Riot

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

Wheelchair Users in Fiction: Examining the Single NarrativeDisability in Kidlit

The State of Disability on Book Covers, with Corinne Duyvis, Disability in Kidlit

Introduction to Disability Terminology, with Corinne Duyvis, Disability in Kidlit

A Particular InvisibilityYA Pride

(Not) Engaging with Disability: Convenient Approaches in SFF, with Corinne Duyvis, Disability in Kidlit

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



Bustle 2018 Rule Breaker Feature

How It Is: Season One, Episode Two: The Gray Area

Dear Prudence podcast, Slate

Disability After Dark: Episode 80: Hard to Swallow

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



I Believe in a Thing Called Love is the Romantic Comedy We DeserveBarnes & Noble Teen

Strange the DreamerRomantic and Morally Complex, is Laini Taylor at Her BestBarnes & Noble Teen

Omegaball by Robert J. PattersonDisability in Kidlit

On Susannah Nevison’s TeratologyThe Deaf Poets Society

Young Knights of the Round Table by Julie GoldingDisability in Kidlit

I Funny by James Patterson and Chris GrabensteinDisability in Kidlit