Wordgathering is an online magazine that specializes in disability literature (both by disabled writers and non-disabled writers who have a connection with disability and are writing about it), and in addition to poetry and fiction, also publishes essays, reviews, and articles relevant to the subject of disability. And two of my poems, “The Circumference of Pain” and “Now”, appear in the current issue! This venue has some amazing work, as well as two interviews with two blind writers that are so good I consider them in some way, for me, life-changing. It is an issue well worth your time with a theme that may surprise you. In fact, the element of surprise is one of those great benefits of reading this webzine.
Also featured in this issue is Anna M. Evans’ anthology about living with Alzheimer’s, Forgetting Home, a collection which is reviewed in the issue.,