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.
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
Dear Judith Newman, I have not read your book To Siri With Love and I frankly don't intend to. I know this will frustrate some people, maybe even you but I don't actually think it is relevant to the thing that I want to criticize. I have seen my fellow actually autistic people … Continue reading Dear Judith Newman, I’m Writing this For You because You Didn’t Write For Me
Reviews Alternate Atypical: Reimagining Netflix’s Atypical if it were Written by Actually Autistic People “For some reason, Netflix has classed all of this as a dramedy. The thing is it actually has the basic structure of what could have been a pretty good gritty drama. The show presents Sam and his actions as inherent and unavoidable … Continue reading #ActuallyAtypical: a Media Roundup of #ActuallyAutistic Thoughts on the Netflix Series Atypical