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.