My name is Larkin Taylor-Parker. I practice law in North Carolina and usually have at least one side job outside of the legal field at any given time. I enjoy playing the tuba, driving and working on my Land Cruiser, and riding and maintaining a couple of vintage English three-speed bicycles in my spare time.
I still keep up this blog to an extent, but I am placing less emphasis on writing about disability issues in my spare time than I did before. After seven years of post-secondary education, a period of my life which contained much financial struggle, I have decided to invest more of my time into building a secure financial future for the next couple of years. After that, I hope to go back to more writing and volunteering. I’m grateful that I have the opportunities I do, and I want to use them so that I will be in a position to sustain myself and help others.
Because I’m focused on my finances at this time, I’m accepting fewer requests for things like writing about Autistic issues for other people’s publications, especially when those requests are unpaid. I regret that I cannot help with every worthy project. However, if you want something from me, it never hurts to ask so long as you are polite.
If you find any feature of this blog inaccessible, please contact me and tell me about the problem. I believe the internet is for everyone. I designed and built this site myself, and I intend it to be fully accessible. If I have fallen short of that goal, let me know, and I will fix it as soon as I can. Many thanks to the League of Movable Type for the fonts you see here.