part of portrait of Eli by Riva Lehrer


  • About Eli
    White, disabled, and genderqueer, Eli Clare lives near Lake Champlain in occupied Abenaki territory where he writes and proudly claims a penchant for rabble-rousing. (Read more.)
  • Where Eli's Worked
    From UC Berkeley to the Trans Politics Conference in New York City, Eli has worked with a variety of communities, organizations, and institutions. (Read more.)
  • Publicity Info
    Looking to interview Eli? Write a news story, or feature? Make a poster for one of Eli's events? You can find photos, links, and other publicity info here. (Read more.)
  • The Buzz about Eli’s Work
    After a recent poetry class, an undergraduate student wrote, "[Eli's workshop] was very thought provoking. I actually liked what I wrote. He's a great writer and teacher." Students, faculty, activists, readers, and reviewers all appreciate Eli's work. (Read more.)
  • Portrait of Eli
    The banner on this website comes from a painting of Eli by Riva Lehrer. It is part of a project called "Circle Stories," a series of portraits of disabled artists, academics, and activists whose work explores the body. (Read more.)

  • Queer Disability and Deaf Resources
    Do you want to explore how queer identities and disability/Deafness intersect; read about issues LGBTQ Deaf and disabled people face; find support or community? Check out this list of queer disability and Deaf books, websites, videos, and organizations. (Read more.)