A small selection of some of my favorites:  

Performance of a Lifetime
On invisible illness, gender, and disbelief.
Bitch, Summer 2017

To the Man Who Would Save Me from My Own Life
On illness, love, and The Fountain.
Luna Luna, April 2016

A Truly Great Artist: Sweet and Lowdown (1998)
On renegotiating a relationship with Woody Allen, the director, and Woody Allen, the man.
Bright Wall/Dark Room, June 2015

"People Can Be Afraid of Anything"
In which I confess, and confront, a phobia of whales.
The Atlantic, December 2014 

Seeing Stars: A Jeopardy! Story 
I went to Los Angeles to appear on Jeopardy! My invisible illness came with me.
Pacific Standard, December 2014

On medicated shampoo, smug birds, and sad showers.
Monstering, August 2017

Blind Date, Phillips Collection
On Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party" and one very bad date.
Qu, January 2017

sly fox / dumb bunny
On attachment theory, self-fulfilling prophecies, and Zootopia.
Quail Bell, August 2016

One Gene Links Three Mysterious, Debilitating Diseases
EDS, POTS, and MCAS are so obscure that many doctors have never heard of them.
mental_floss, October 2016

Why Power Wheels Are the Perfect Physical Therapy Tool for Kids
Engineers, physical therapists, and researchers are teaming up to get kids moving, playing, and discovering their own power.
Popular Mechanics, August 2016

Cuddly Guts Bring Comfort to the Chronically Ill
Living with chronic illness is tough, but people with chronic illness are tougher.
mental_floss, November 2015

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