**DISABILITY ACTS closed in March of 2021. As a fully volunteer-run magazine, we worked as long as we could to share the voices of disabled writers. We will keep the magazine online so that all of the important writing that we published will remain available. The contributions we collected over the years, $55, will be donated to a disability organization TBD, which we will announce on our Twitter feed. We look forward to continuing to do good work via our Twitter feed, so please stay in touch with us there, and via our own personal accounts, @krgpryal and @kelly_j_baker.** We founded DISABILITY ACTS in August of 2018 because we were fed up with the challenges disability writers face placing our work in normate magazines. It's not like we haven't been successful hewing to normate requirements-we have been. And we appreciate the magazines that have given us space to write about disability. But we, like other disabled writers, stories about editors who didn't believe what we wrote was even real. Or we struggled to tell our stories within the parameters set by the magazine. CripLit is still a burgeoning genre, and it deserves its own space. Here's one of them.