My book, There Plant Eyes: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness, is available in hardcover, audiobook, ebook, and now, in paperback, too!
Aromatica Poetica is my online magazine dedicated to the Arts & Sciences of Smell & taste!
“Librarians Can Foster Blind Pride” (nonfiction), School Library Journal, 2023.
“How Disability Drives Innovation and Empowers Students” (Nonfiction), ACT, 2023.
“Designing with Smell in Mind: Architecture’s Neglected Sense” (nonfiction), Hunker, 2023.
“Is That Ableist? Good Question.” (nonfiction), New York times, 2022.
“Blind Architect Chris Downey on the Need for Multi-Sensory Spaces” (interview), Hunker, 2022.
“Helen Keller and the Problem of ‘Inspiration Porn’” (nonfiction), New York Times, 2021.
“Inspiration Porn Star” (Fiction), Artificial Divide Anthology, 2021.
“Reading A Drop of Patience Through a Blind-Culture Lens” (nonfiction), Penguin Random House Higher Education, 2021.
A Review of Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law (review), Brevity, 2020.
The Brain-Smashing, Pity-Bashing Art of Blind Punk (Column) Catapult, 2019.
How Helen Keller’s Stint on Vaudeville Inspired Me (Column), Catapult, 2019.
Parting the Sea, and Why the White Cane is a Symbol of Power (Column), Catapult, 2018.
E-Books, Accessibility, Luddites, and the Techno-Dazzled (column), Catapult, 2018.
Celebrating People with Disabilities in Film and Television (nonfiction), NYFA, 2017.
Vision of Loveliness: What It Takes to Have Real Style (nonfiction), O Magazine, 2017.
Greek Easter 1981 (nonfiction), Quail Bell Magazine, 2016.
The Spectator & the Blind Man: Seeing & Not-Seeing in the Wake of Empiricism (dissertation), NYU, 2009 (published under birth name Michelle Leona Goodin).