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Audiobooks Are Not Just a Life Hack

A reader on how audiobooks aren't just a luxury or life-hack, but an essential tool for disabled readers who can't access print books.

7 Audiobooks to Celebrate Disability Pride Month

Recognize Disability Pride Month in July--pick up some excellent audiobooks about disabled people, written by disabled people.

How Roxane Gay’s HUNGER Helped Me Write About My Different Ability

A reader on how Roxane Gay's memoir HUNGER helped her overcome a fear of writing about her partial paralysis and disability within Black feminism.

More Than a Trend: Audiobooks Make Reading Accessible

To many, audiobooks are more than just another format. They offer an accessible way to read when print presents obstacles.

QUIZ: Which Social Justice Book Should You Read Next?

Answer questions about book length, causes you're interested in, and more--take the quiz to get your personalized social justice book recommendation.

New Grant Will Help Disabled Authors Promote Their Books

The Disability Visibility Project is offering grants to disabled authors with books published in 2020 to support virtual book events.

5 OwnVoices Audiobooks About Women With Chronic Illnesses or Disabilities

These ownvoices audiobooks about women with chronic illness or disabilities run the range from contemplative nature writing to laugh-out-loud funny.

Read Harder: A Book With a Main Character or Protagonist With a Disability

Are you participating in Book Riot's Read Harder 2020? Check out these books featuring a main character with a disability.

6 Powerful Books By Disabled Authors

The disabled community is so diverse that it’s especially important to publish and read #OwnVoices books by disabled authors with various disabilities.

20 Must-Read YA Books with Disabled Characters

Add these 20 outstanding YA books with disabled characters, offering a solid array of portrayals of living with a disability, to your TBR.