Mapping Out the Human Experience

Rebecca Evans’ writing revolves around living with disability and navigating past trauma. Her narratives weave the raw and unfiltered perspective of a single mother with disabilities, raising sons while learning to accept and understand herself. He master-story circles memories of her disabled son’s struggles, her early childhood abuse, and impoverishment. She rebuilds time and again, following self-destruction after her participation in war and her flight from domestic violence.

She hopes to inform, in a new way, what it means to roam this world in broken body and spirit.

Rebecca is a memoirist, poet, and essayist with two MFAs, one in creative nonfiction, the other in poetry. In addition to writing, she mentors high school girls in the juvenile system and teaches poetry for those in recovery. In her spare time, she co-hosts a radio program, Writer to Writer, offering a space for writers to offer tips on craft and life.

She’s also a decorated and disabled War Veteran, a Jew, a gardener, a mother, a worrier, and more. She’s a passion for sharing difficult stories about vulnerability woven with mysticism. She lives in Idaho with her sons, her Newfie, and Calico cat.

Find a quiet place, use a humble pen.

Paul Simon

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