Cataloguing Pain

By Allison Blevins

Cataloguing Pain by Allison Blevins explores motherhood, sexuality, and queerness as it juxtaposes the author's diagnosis of MS with her partner's gender transition.

As one body moves toward unfamiliarity, a state of chronic pain, a sense of being caged, the other is escaping pain, emerging into its true self, becoming free.

Cataloguing Pain chronicles both trauma and hope through marriage, illness, and motherhood as the author learns how to live in a disabled body.

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