Therese Estacion

a Visayan person with long black hair, red lipstick and light brown skin smiles at the camera; her hair is all over the one shoulder and she is wearing a blue shirt and golden snake-head necklace.

Therese Estacion is part of the Visayan diaspora community. She is an elementary school teacher and is currently studying to be a psychotherapist. Therese is also a bilateral below knee and partial hands amputee. Her poems have been published in CV2 and PANK Magazine. Her first book, Phantompains, was published by Book*Hug, and is a finalist for the CLMP Firecracker Awards. She lives in Toronto/Tkaronto. [provided for the Disability Desirability call]

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