Neurodiversity Reading List, Pt. I

First a book that came out in April on masked autism among other things: Unmasking Autism: Discovering the New Faces of Neurodiversity by Devon Price.

We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation by Eric Garcia, which takes up different people’s experiences with autism.

And, for funsies (hopefully), Abel Ableson’s How to handle neurotypicals: A field survival guide for the neurodivergent, a tongue-in-cheek field guide in the zoological tradition (my favorite for anthropologically derived humor).

I’m sure they won’t stay unread long as soon as they get here, and you can bet I’ll be posting about them sooner than later.

Meanwhile, if you’re neurodivergent and you went to college (even just for a for weeks), think about filling out this survey!

Ps. The scene in the image is from Dawn Treader Books in Ann Arbor, a personal favorite.

Pps. No, that fabulous Athena isn’t for sale at even a price I couldn’t afford. They aren’t selling it; I definitely asked.

See also Neurodiversity Reading List, Pt. II:

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