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Sarah Bea Katz
Sarah Katz is a freelance writer who covers disability-rights issues. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Nation, The New York Times,Scientific American, Slate, The Washington Post, and other publications. As an editor, she has worked for The Deaf Poets Society, which she co-founded in 2016, Poet Lore, and The Writer’s Chronicle, among others. She also writes poetry and holds an MFA in creative writing from American University. Her first book, a poetry collection titled Country of Glass, is forthcoming from Gallaudet University Press in spring 2022.
Essays and Articles
People with disabilities are being left behind in the vaccination push