Disabled Writers is a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, and journalists connect with disabled sources. Our goal is specifically to promote paid opportunities for multiply marginalized members of the disability community, and to encourage editors and journalists to think of disabled people for stories that stretch beyond disability issues. 


Grace Lapointe

Image: A young, white woman with hazel eyes, light brown hair, and glasses, smiling and wearing a dress with a blue, floral print.

Contact Grace: glapointe11 at gmail.com

Grace Lapointe is a writer from Massachusetts who has cerebral palsy. Her fiction has recently appeared in Kaleidoscope, Deaf Poets Society, and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. Her essays have appeared in Thought Catalog, Wordgathering, as part of Grub Street's Why I Write series, and in The Body is not an Apology. Her interests include disability studies, literary criticism, fiction writing, personal essays, politics, film, and music. As an intern at Beacon Press in 2013, she wrote publicity materials for A Disability History of the US by Kim Nielsen. Grace is also a contributor at Book Riot.

You can find Grace on her websiteFacebook, and Twitter @glapointewriter

Find Grace's current clips here

Grace is available as a source, and for personal essays and opinion editorial. She is also interested in memoir and fiction opportunities. 

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, email

Languages: English (Fluent)

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