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Breath & Shadow is our quarterly literary journal, one of just a few in the world exclusively written and edited by people living with disabilities!

July 16, 2018

Issue 3 of Volume 15 is now available to read here!

This issue features:

-"Serpent Mists" by Jim Pennington

-"Discovering the Dragon" by AJ Cunder

-"Little Alien Flute Girl" by Christine Lucas

-"ἡμικρανία (hēmikranía)" by Robin M. Eames

-"Instant Relief" by Darla Nagel


July 12, 2018

We are happy to announce that Ability Maine is opening up a new community blog, and we want to publish you! We’ll begin accepting submissions from Maine residents for two blog tracks per month, one for writers who want to submit articles that track and explore current...

April 13, 2018

Issue 2 of Volume 15 is now available to read here!

This issue features:

-"Lost Self" and "Shadows II" by Casey Clabough

-"Pinstripe Suit and Yellow Wheels" by Ian Duncan

-"Life in Status Epilepticus Or, What to Do When You Think You’re A Jellyfish" by Claire Fitzpatrick


March 29, 2018

"Since Maine voters passed the referendum to allow adults over the age of 21 to consume Cannabis in 2016, the fate of the nearly twenty year old medical marijuana program has been uncertain."

Click here to read this new article from Mike Reynolds!

January 17, 2018

Issue 1 of Volume 15 is now available to read here!

This issue features:

-"Sad Single Girl's Titina" by Emma Gorka

-"Broken Things" by Scott MacAulay

-"The Disabled in Fashion" by Denise Noe

-"Man in Brass" by Rick Blum

-"Voicemail" by Barlow Adams

-"Forgotten", "Burned Memoi...

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