Contact Maia: mdolphinkrute at gmail.com
Maia Dolphin-Krute is a writer and artist based in Boston, working across critical theory and performance to examine experiences of chronic illness. She is the author of the books Ghostbodies: Towards a new theory of invalidism (Intellect, 2017) and Visceral: Essays on Illness Not as Metaphor (punctum books, 2017). Her writing has recently appeared or is forthcoming in STAT, Gigtantic Sequins, American Chordata and elsewhere. Dolphin-Krute serves as Editor at Boston-focused arts publication Big Red & Shiny and as Ideas Section Editor at the disability-related journal The Deaf Poets Society. Currently, she is engaged in a long-term research project focused on the opioid epidemic and the forms of freedom possible when continually modulated by physical experiences and proximities.
Dolphin-Krute is available as a source on the opioid epidemic, and has additional experience writing on the wellness industry, the history of medicine and chronic illness in youth.
Maia is available for personal essays, opinion editorial, reported features, editing, and photography
Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference
Languages: English (Fluent), Spanish (Spoken)