Emily Austin navigates trauma, disability, and neurodiversity in the
most genuine and hilarious way. Interesting Facts About Space follows
Enid, a neurodivergent HoH queer 26 year old struggling to
make sense of her life. She has it all- anxiety, trauma, daddy issues,
a tragic dating history, and a fear of bald men. Though she sometimes
struggles to connect with others, she uses her interest in space and
her true crime obsession to make sense of the world and people around
her. Austin will pull you into the lives of the most messy and almost
too relatable characters. You will laugh, cry, and of course, learn
many interesting facts about space.
In a world that often dehumanizes and infantilizes disabled people, Disability Intimacy is a refreshing and much needed anthology of twenty-five honest and vulnerable essays about love, care, intimacy, and the disability experience. These perspectives challenge the way intimacy is defined and will make you reimagine what it means to love and be loved. A truly eye-opening and necessary exploration of disabled love, joy, and connection.
This bloody gothic horror is a brutal story of the patriarchal and ableist forces that aim to control queer and disabled youth.
Read if you love gross medical and body horror!!!
Two former college roommates turned enemies after a college research project went wrong, leaving them both with superhuman abilities. I immediately fell in love with these morally grey characters and their determination to kill each other!