Aryanna Denk

Aryanna Denk is a disabled writer from Buffalo, NY. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Bowling Green State University, Ohio and writes often about her own experiences in living with multiple chronic illnesses. When she isn't writing, Aryanna is a writing instructor and disability advocate at a local university. Learn more about her by visiting her Twitter.
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