ace ratcliff

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Mx Ace Ratcliff currently lives and works in Oakland, CA with her fiancé, Derek, and their pack of wild beasts. Her advocacy is centered around intersectional feminism, with a specific focus on disability rights. She lives with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, dysautonomia, and mast cell activation syndrome, which all make for a particularly rebellious meatcage.

Ace writes about disability inclusion and representation and has bylines at io9, Huffington Post, Self Magazine, Bustle, Bitch Media. She's been featured in an Upworthy video which garnered more than 1.8 million views (watch it on Youtube!) Ace's voice as a disability activist has also been featured in The Economist, The Guardian, and Chuck Wendig's terribleminds. Ace has been featured on several podcasts, including Maximum Fun's Reading Glasses and WNYC's Note to Self. She was Dapper & Woke's Spotlight Activist in June, 2017. She has worked as a sensitivity reader for Rosen Publishing and Blazing Griffin.

Ace's essay "Who Gets to Say #MeToo?" was published in Fireside Fiction's Fireside Quarterly July 2018 edition. Ace's essay " Nihil De Nobis, Sine Nobis " appeared as part of Uncanny Magazine's Kickstarter campaign for Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction. Her poetry has been published in Breath & Shadow. Her short story, "The Ritual," appeared in Phobos Magazine.

Sessions in which ace ratcliff participates

Friday August 17, 2018

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