Jesse Rice-Evans (she/her/hers or they/them/theirs) is a white chronically ill scholar studying disability and digital rhetorics, femme embodiment, and Pok√©mon GO, based in unceded Lenape territory. She works as a Digital Pedagogy Fellow with the OpenLab at City Tech and a Web Development and Documentation Fellow with the CUNY Humanities Alliance. Read her work in Apogee, Nat. Brut, Visible Pedagogy, Entropy, and many others. Her first full-length book of poetry The Uninhabitable (2019) is out now from Sibling Rivalry Press.