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Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess Haley Moss was diagnosed as autistic when she was a small child, but she grew up with the love and support of her family who focused on her strengths and treated any difference as an asset. She grew up knowing that she could do anything sh…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess Dr. Lamar Hardwick is a leader in his community, both in his role as lead pastor at Tri-Cities Church in Georgia and by being a positive force in the other parts of his life. He is very open about being autistic, for the purposes of educat…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess Christa Holmans is a bold and dynamic advocate for autistic people and neurodiversity. To help accommodate her own needs, she lives in an RV while also working remotely in a full-time leadership position on top of her advocacy work. She…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess Chris Bonnello is an educator, writer, speaker, and advocate involved with children, adults, and society at large educating on autism-related topics. His experiences in education and writing have helped him connect with people and with cre…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess You didn’t think you could get out of here without learning a bit about me, too, did you? Jenny Bristol (that’s me!) is a freelance writer and author, homeschooling parent of two teenagers, and classic nerd. She’s pub…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Interview by Jenny BristolIllustration by Rebecca Burgess Rebecca Burgess is a talented and creative illustrator and comic artist who works to both create beautiful things and increase positive dialogue surrounding important issues such as autism and asexuality. She has an exquisite talent to com…
4 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Autistry shot into 2020 as if from a child’s slingshot with the Heart of Marin Award quickly followed by the Jefferson Award and now here we all are grounded like naughty teenagers. The Autistry staff was not deterred. Within 2 days of the Shelter-in-Place (SIP) order they had all our clients …
6 days ago · From Autistry Studios
By Christa Holmans, Neurodivergent Rebel When I was first diagnosed autistic, at the age of 29, I started to revisit my childhood memories and situations in my life with a new and fresh perspective. There had always been curiosities. Things about me that were either “very special” or,…
6 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
By Megan Amodeo Do you ever think about what might happen if you can’t follow your daily scheduled events? Let’s face it, life can be uncomfortable. We don’t always have control over our daily activities. You probably never give a second thought to your daily routine, unless things don’t go ac…
11 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
Autistic Author Interview Travis Breeding Travis Breeding has written over 15 books about his experiences with autism. Writing is a special interest and hobby for Travis. He feels it is important that people on the autism spectrum use their knowledge and talent to communicate what it feels lik…
12 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
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