s.e. smith is a writer, agitator, and commentator based in Northern California, with a journalistic focus on social issues, particularly gender, prison reform, disability rights, environmental justice, queerness, class, and the intersections thereof, with a special interest in rural subjects. smith delights in amplifying the voices of those who are often silenced and challenging dominant ideas about justice, equality, and liberation. International publication credits include work for the Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, and AlterNet, among many other news outlets and magazines, with appearances in two anthologies on social justice topics scheduled for 2013. Riling people up while also informing them about ongoing issues in the world around them is a favorite activity, along with taking any and all opportunities to discuss pop culture.
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Access and Praxis: Disability at the Digital Frontier
Bitch Magazine [Spring 2012]
Disabled - and handcuffed at school
Salon [May 23, 2012]
Psycho killer? The Jared Lee Loughner case brings out the usual abuse
The Guardian [January 10, 2011]
Body blows to self-esteem
The Sydney Morning Herald [November 2, 2010 ]