seeley quest


seeley quest is a trans disabled writer, performer, facilitator, and environmentalist, in Montreal since 2017. Working primarily in literary and body-based composition, and curation, sie presented actively in the San Francisco Bay Area 2001-14, with the Sins Invalid project 2007-15, and has toured to Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, and many US cities. Hir playscript “Crooked” is in the new anthology At the Intersection of Disability and Drama, a poem’s in the book Disability Culture and Community Performance: Find a Strange and Twisted Shape, hir first digital game narrative debuted for Canada’s National AccessAbility Week 2020, and sie created an ecological assessment for Toronto’s Buddies in Bad Times’ Rhubarb Festival 2021. Sie inaugurated a poetry and prose workshop for disabled writers winter 2021 with the Quebec Writers’ Federation, and a “Queer Disabled Joy” movement workshop for Montreal’s Studio 303’s 2021 Queer Performance Camp. Sie has written for the QWF blog on disabled writing, and has pieces in forthcoming issues of the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, and the Canadian Theatre Review. A white person with mixed class, gender, and medicalized experiences since childhood, sie loves connecting audiences for co-learning and social action. Not on social media, find hir via email at