I am a multi-genre writer – tackling several topics and blending genres like horror, sci-fi, & fantasy.
Lindsay Esham has been writing or creating in some fashion since she was five. She loves telling stories that center disabled and/or queer characters, beginning with her novella “The Anomaly of Glamar,” which she wrote in high school. After becoming a druidic witch in college, she imbues her fantasy writing with aspects of her witchcraft and beliefs, bringing the magic of her life to others through the written word.
When not writing, Lindsay Esham enjoys tending to her indoor plants and working in her garden, as well as traveling, gaming, and making cosplay and other crafts. During the day, she works as a digital accessibility specialist and disability rights advocate.
Lindsay Esham by night…
A true renaissance femme, Tori Clark (psuedonym Lindsay Esham) is currently writing a series of short memoirs about life lessons learned as a multiply disabled, queer person.
Photo Credits: M.G. Norris Photography, Steam-funk Studios, & Geeks Gone Wild