These ownvoices audiobooks about women with chronic illness or disabilities run the range from contemplative nature writing to laugh-out-loud funny.
When you don't have any spoons to spare, but don't want energy reserves to impact your reading life, try these spoonie reading aids.
Are you participating in Book Riot's Read Harder 2020? Check out these books about disability, featuring a main character with a disability.
The disabled community is so diverse that it’s especially important to publish and read #OwnVoices books by disabled authors with various disabilities.
Add these 20 outstanding YA books with disabled characters, offering a solid array of portrayals of living with a disability, to your TBR.
A disabled reader on seeing herself in fantasy and the appeal of portals in those stories.
On Nadina LaSpina’s SUCH A PRETTY GIRL, a new memoir about being disabled in Sicily and New York from the 50s onward.
Katherine Dunn's GEEK LOVE is both divisive and thought-provoking. Discover or remember the cult classic through these GEEK LOVE quotes.
Books about finding yourself abound; the best ones are here.
An exploration of the portrayal of disability in Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan saga.
There's no need to be a voice for the voiceless; here's a starter kit of books by disabled people writing about disability in their own voices.
Scurvy! Yellow fever! Rabies! Must-read works of fiction and nonfiction about the history of medicine.
When poetry and prose come together, wonderful things happen. Check out a sweet slice of life novel about a girl with Tourette syndrome trying to fit in.
On the state of disability representation in YA literature.
A reader's critical reaction to the portrayal of disability in Me Before You.