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  • Big Bend: Reflections on disability, dangerous gifts, and profound transformation Big Bend: Reflections on disability, dangerous gifts, and profound transformation
    by Jacks McNamara, co-founder of The Icarus Project, which seeks to promote alternatives of looking at and dealing with what gets labeled as mental illness in our society.
  • Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir
    Scott Killingsworth reviews Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir by Jerry Evans, who recounts the emergence of his severe chemical and electrical sensitivity and ensuing life changes.
  • Comic book Breathers: It's a gas mask world Comic book Breathers: It’s a gas mask world
    A set of comic books by Justin Madson features characters who are all wearing gas masks because the air is too dangerous to breathe. Sound familiar?
  • Vodka on My Wheaties Vodka on My Wheaties
    by Ann Lloyd | My memoir was written during my confinement, at sixty-two, in an all porcelain-lined trailer, due to a strange immune system disorder which rendered me unable to function in the “real world.”
  • InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning
    by Jack Rossi | The nurse practitioner’s directives were clear; she didn’t mean spend some time outdoors, she meant remain completely outdoors. This meant no house, no amenities, no stores and if at all possible, no car.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes
    by Jack Rossi | I couldn’t rationalize how my relationship with my environment had deteriorated so rapidly and severely. I literally felt like an alien abandoned on a very hostile planet.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness
    by Jack Rossi | ...within five minutes I felt completely under the spell of this fragrance. My eyes felt irritated. I was light-headed. I felt my heart palpitating and my focus and attention became a quivering mass of jell-o.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years
    by Jack Rossi | Instead of putting a little gasoline on a rag then spot cleaning my hands, I would pour a couple tablespoons of the liquid into my palm and scrub my hands together to wash the paint off.
  • InsideOut: Introduction InsideOut: Introduction
    Jack Rossi's memoir of his experience with MCS, being forced outdoors and his insight into the Vermont landscape, health and healing and the fragile planet we inhabit.
  • Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity
    What happens when a 22 year old with both autism and chemical sensitivity leaves college and tries to make her way in the world? This is Kate's story.
  • Chemborg<sup>2</sup> Chemborg2
    Christine Weeber's first poetry chapbook, Sastrugi, speaks to living at 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains, as well as dealing with environmental illness and her mom's journey through cancer.
  • We, Tuskegee? We, Tuskegee?
    Severe ME/CFS/MCS patient Peggy Munson was hospitalized, near death, after the Ice Storm of December 11, 2008 and ensuing 3-day power outage. She remembers today, one year later.
  • Golditox: A Fractured Fairy Tale for the Challenged Golditox: A Fractured Fairy Tale for the Challenged
    by Susan M. Silver | The tale of Golditox, a golden gifted girl who finds new meaning in life through her journey with environmental illness.
  • Leap Frog Leap Frog
    The spring I was thirty-three, I paid Johnny the neighbor a quarter for every frog he could catch. The amphibians arrived on my porch in coffee cans, Kermits squiggling, croaking and hopping against the round metal sides.
  • Masks Masks
    "...whenever I've donned a mask, for whatever purpose, the transformation in my self has opened up my perceptions with a wide wing span, allowing me to move—even for just an hour—out of the human and into a more primitive realm."
  • Short List of Common Pesticides Short List of Common Pesticides
    1. Lindane | When someone found white dwarfs behind my ears | I was deloused with mustard gas | I had a daily headache that was like a single eye
  • Corkscrewed! Me and My Lyme Corkscrewed! Me and My Lyme
    Just when I thought there were no other ways to be pathogenically screwed, I have been corkscrewed.
  • Autumn Equinox Autumn Equinox
    I feel my body letting go of light | drawn to the wisdom of a harvest moon. | I feel it welcome the lengthening night | like a lover in early afternoon.
  • Channel Channel
    In time the fork my life took | as illness changed its course | will wander to the main stream | and there below the long waterfalls | and cataracts I will begin to rush | to the place I was going from the start.
  • Wild in the Woods: Wild in the Woods:
    I am demented. I have been clinically demented for a decade, ever since contracting a virus that attacked my brain in December of 1988. I display dementia's classic "multiple cognitive deficits that include memory impairment but not impairment of consciousness" and am totally disabled.
  • Listening to Einstein in the Dark Listening to Einstein in the Dark
    In the evening as we lie in bed, Bill sweeps his palms over the contours of my head and down my spine, along my arms and legs, grazing my skin as if moving over a Ouija board. This has a soothing effect on the muscle pain that clenches my body.
  • Nerve Gas in the Living Room Nerve Gas in the Living Room
    Imagine if a company offered to sell you nerve gas to spray in your living room, or if leftover Agent Orange, watered down, was slathered on the grounds where your children go to school.
  • The Cells of My Identity The Cells of My Identity
    In a setup that was far too Oedipal, I was sleeping in a small room with my mother while visiting my sister in D.C., when I finally blurted out the news that I had a girlfriend, that I was bisexual and maybe gay.
  • The Invisible Panelist The Invisible Panelist
    Long before I became disabled at age 23, I had encounters with the unseen. Being queer gave me an innate sense of when to come out, how to hide, and how to recognize evangelistic rage.
  • Self: Ornithology: The Immune System Self: Ornithology: The Immune System
    Everywhere I go now there are crows, following | me like innuendo, their feathers fanning out ominous | as police fingerprints. | With evolutionary anthropology, | they are condemning me.
  • The Mystery and Tragedy of Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome The Mystery and Tragedy of Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome
    These are plague years. Governments, insurance companies, even scientists—we, the people, too—are scared. Who'll fall ill next, who'll have to pay?
  • Julie and her environment: Julie and her environment:
    "...the woman in the pictures was her friend and collaborator, Clover Morell;...she could not go because of her illness. What illness could keep someone out of the Czech Republic, I wondered?"
  • umbilicus umbilicus
    nighttime at the hitching post of the sun | the absence more present than the presence | and the presence of something | previously unknown but familiar hovering
  • canary blues canary blues
    there’s a god point she said in the limbic brain | with the ability to soften perceived threats | white lawn care vans for example | into feet tingling joy pelvis goes with that | the bowl opening to receive
  • Who Is That Bubble Girl? Who Is That Bubble Girl?
    I have to live a life immaculately free of chemicals: a bubble life. And by chemicals, I mean, the crap that has infiltrated almost every known product since WWII.
  • saying no saying no
    Every once in a while | when I’m not busy trying to adapt— | i.e. find an air filter that won’t make me sick | scrub the dryer with vinegar to get the Bounce out
  • sabbath sabbath
    you forgot that it was possible | too bogged down in the myth of industriousness | to value broken | how certain artists make ordinary beauty from their shame
  • January 2006 January 2006
    you are in the middle of | a transformational process | she said | which began 24 human months ago | does that mean it’ll end and if so how | there are no guarantees | I told my almost lover | it was cold by the window | and he walked away I wanted to too | but where would I go
  • Infiltration Infiltration
    Driving down the canyon, sun slanted, squinting, listening to Joan Didion talk about her faith, it occurs to me: this is not death, this is moving on. I repeat it over and over, never having learned this before,
  • about faith about faith
    1. Shana Tova. How has it been? he asks, | the beautiful man with the sad eyes who I see each year | on this day, in the same spot, his tallis on his | shoulders, his white kipah covering his head. | Rough, I say.
  • Via Dolorosa Via Dolorosa
    Through his powerful poetry, paintings, and testimony, Beau Riley draws a moving portrait of love between two people, each crippled in his own way: David, a paraplegic; Beau, a recovering alcoholic.