#disability

Representation of Wheelchair Users On Book Covers: Still a Long Way To Go

Though there has been some improvement, there's still a long way to go in how wheelchair users are represented on book covers.

10 Books to Introduce Readers to Disability Literature

New to the world of disability literature? Read your way into some of the best books and broaden your knowledge of this work, including True Biz.

A Nondisabled Reader’s Guide to Disability Literature

For abled folks, entering the world of disability literature is exciting. Get to know a bit more about why and how disability lit works.

7 Tips On How To Be a Better Disability Ally On The Bookish Internet

Seven easy ways to be a better disability ally on the bookish internet.

A Book Lover’s Guide to Disability Pride Month

Here are the best ways you can celebrate Disability Pride Month in your reading life, from book recommendations to readathons.

10 2SLGBTQ+ Disabled Authors to Read This Pride Month

This month, don't forget to include disabled Two Spirit and LGBTQ people in your Pride TBR. Here's a good place to start, including Exile and Pride by Eli Clare.

On Being Ill: Reading Chronically Ill Authors

When it comes to seeing myself in books, I’ve always struggled to find characters or stories that fit just right.

9 Nonfiction Books About Disability by People of Marginalized Genders

If you’re looking for your next great disability-related read, whether you like comics, memoirs, or theory, there’s something here for you!

9 Ableist Tropes In Fiction I Could Do Without

These 9 ableist tropes are often seen in contemporary fiction, and this disabled reader would like to see more nuance.

10 Books on Disability Justice

You can’t achieve comprehensive social justice without disability justice. Here's an entry point to disability justice and its many facets, including Stairs and Whispers edited by Sarah Alland, Khairani Barokka, and Daniel Sluman.