From the bestselling author of Life of the Mind Interrupted come two new collections of essays.
“Refreshingly honest.” -Award-winning author Amy Impellizzeri
Katie’s Blog: Essays, News, Marginalia
:: Our gun problem is not a mental health problem. … Scapegoating works when a group is small and already vulnerable. People with major mental illnesses make up a small portion of our population, and they are among our most vulnerable.
:: “A poignant and layered narrative about the universal desire for something so elusive—a safe place to fall.”
:: Molten Dusk, and the rest of the series, gives readers a story about a girl accepting who she is meant to be, holding tight to her closest friendship in the toughest of times, and accepting love even though it terrifies her.
:: In this case, the professor wasn’t fired because of reverse racism. She was fired because of plain old regular racism.
:: Your words are as important to an author as an author’s words are to you: Please leave a book review.
:: Having a disability is not only about the outward signs of disability that an actor portrays on film. It’s about the life-long experiences, the pains and the joys, that living with disability brings.