Image description: Book cover for I overcame my Autism and all I got was this Lousy Anxiety Disorder. The title is shown at the top under an endorsement from Hannah Gadsby which reads “A treat to read, I’d recommend this book to anyone who struggles to connect to the world, even if you don’t call … Continue reading Sarah Kurchak’s “I Overcame My Autism and All I Got Was This Lousy Anxiety Disorder” is the Memoir Everyone Should Read Right Now
Autistic people exist, you are now aware, can we move on to acceptance and meaningful inclusion and support now?
Image description: Book cover for Mine For Keeps by Jean Little. A girl sits among foliage wearing a white hat and a pink coat. She is cradling a little white dog and and underarm crutch can be partially seen next to her. (Source) This post contains spoilers. As part of my requirements for my PhD … Continue reading Rereading my Childhood for my Dissertation: Mine for Keeps
I can't wait to get into the meat of this dissertation. The stories of disabled people are important and far to often not told or worse, told by someone else.
Image description: A blond white woman with cerebral palsy stands in a patch of tall grass in a garden outside the Humber River Hospital. She is smiling from her brief reprieve from the Psych ward. Hi Everyone, It's been a while and I'll admit up front I might not be getting actively back into blogging … Continue reading A Long Overdue Update
When I was asked to write a review of Nicola Griffith's upcoming novel "So Lucky" (to be released May 15) I had no idea that the most frustrating part of the process was going to be figuring out how to summarize the book without spoilers. I have ultimately decided to give up on that entirely … Continue reading I was “So Lucky” to Review Nicola Griffith’s New Book: A CripReads Review