Loud Hands. Autistic People, Speaking

“Loud Hands” is an anthem of self-expression. In it, Autistic people write of their perspectives, of their pains and triumphs… More Loud Hands. Autistic People, Speaking

All Eyes On Me: Epilepsy You are not alone

Brandon Magoni is a 17 year old who wrote “All Eyes on Me” during a hospital stay in the Epilepsy… More All Eyes On Me: Epilepsy You are not alone

Population: One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed

Part memoir, part inspirational guide, this book that offers readers the ability to see life through the eyes of a… More Population: One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed

Troy’s Amazing Universe A for Alien – Book 2

Imagine that you’re seven years old and the smallest kid in school. On top of that you can’t speak very… More Troy’s Amazing Universe A for Alien – Book 2

Troy’s Amazing Universe K For Karate – Book 4

Imagine that you’re seven years old and the smallest kid in school. On top of that you can’t speak very… More Troy’s Amazing Universe K For Karate – Book 4

Troy’s Amazing Universe M For Mall – Book 1

Imagine that you’re seven years old and the smallest kid in school. On top of that you can’t speak very… More Troy’s Amazing Universe M For Mall – Book 1

Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse

With his signature acerbic wit and hilarious voice, twenty-something author, blogger, and entrepreneur Shane Burcaw is back with an essay… More Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse

Not So Different: What You Really Want to Ask About Having a Disability

Not So Different offers a humorous, relatable, and refreshingly honest glimpse into Shane Burcaw’s life. Shane tackles many of the… More Not So Different: What You Really Want to Ask About Having a Disability

Laughing at my Nightmare

With acerbic wit and a hilarious voice, Shane Burcaw’s Laughing at My Nightmare describes the challenges he faces as a… More Laughing at my Nightmare

The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods

Written by autistic author Robyn Steward, this is a detailed guide for young people ages 9 to 16 on the… More The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods