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Welcome
to the Mad and Crip Theology Press

The Mad and Crip Theology Press strives to publish the stories that haven't been told but need to be heard. 

We are a Canadian micro-publishing press focused on telling the stories of people impacted by mental distress and/or disability.

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New Arrival!

In Beyond Saints and Superheroes: Supporting Parents Raising Children with Disabilities A Practical Guide for Faith Communities Laura MacGregor and Allen G. Jorgenson tell the stories of parents who have brought their children with disabilities to church. Some parents have felt supported by their faith communities, while many have felt unwelcome, silenced, and have even left their churches altogether. 

This eight-week guide is written for personal self-reflection and small-group learning. The guide highlights practical ways that faith communities can support families impacted by disability. Beautiful illustrations by Wendy Newbery and poetry by Allen G. Jorgenson, along with spiritual practices, provide points of reflection as you journey through the eight-week guide. 

The Beyond Saints and Superheroes Research Project was made possible by a Project Research Grant from the Louisville Institute.

Publish With Us

Have an idea for a book? The Mad and Crip Theology Press is currently seeking pieces to publish such as: 

 

  • memoirs and creative non-fiction

  • pieces that explore spirituality and theology

  • poetry, art, photography

  • graphic novels

  • devotionals and small group guides

  • research on the lived experience of people impacted by mental distress and/or disability

  • children's books

 

We are delighted to work with first-time authors!

Read more about what we publish and connect with Amy and Shauna here: 

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