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Brooke Winters
Every time I see autistic authors being signed by agents and publishers buying autistic books, I feel happier. Change is slow but it's happening. Support autistic writers.
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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So this seems like a good time to start posting the list of autistic authors that I have been making. This will take me time and probably won't be completed today. I also won't be @ ing writers into this because they may not want to be.
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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If you are on this list and don't want to be, let me know and I will delete the tweet.
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Corey Alexander is an autistic person who writes as Xan West. They write queer kink erotica and romance. Their website is here: Their latest story features a Jewish autistic MC. You can find details of it:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Laura James is an autistic woman who wrote the book Odd Girl Out. It's about her life after being diagnosed as autistic. You can read the first chapter here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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RoAnna Sylver is an author of Chameleon Moon and other things. RoAnna's latest book is a book of writing tips and can be found here: RoAnna also has a patreon here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Emma Dalmayne is an autistic campaigner and the mother to autistic children. Her book It's an autism thing, I'll help you to understand is available here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Autistic writer Ceillie Simkiss has a patreon where you can read her short story: She has also written lots of articles for various publications.
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Lydia Brown is an autistic writer. Their work can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Morénike Giwa Onaiwu is an autistic writer and her blog can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Lydia Brown, Morénike Giwa Onaiwu and E Ashkenazy edited the book All the Weight of Our Dreams: On Living Racialized Autism. The book features many autistic writers of colour and can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Eric Holthaus is a metereologist and writer. His website is here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Kim Sauder is an autistic PhD student who writes about disability and ableism. Kim's website is here: Her patreon is here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Bogi Takács is a writer and editor of speculative fiction and poetry. Eir patreon can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Elizabeth Roderick is an autistic writer of adult and young adult fiction. Her books can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Sara Luterman edits Not Otherwise Specified magazine. It's a magazine by and for neurodivergent people. It relies on support through patreon and you can find the patreon account here: https://t.co/R8FSHXC5zZ?amp=1
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Daniel Jones is an autistic YouTuber and best selling author. His book can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Patricia George-Zwicker is the editor of Autistics Aloud, which features autistic writers. You can subscribe here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Kaia Sønderby is the author of failure to communicate which can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Marie Porter writes cook books and sewing manuals among other things. Her books can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Rachael Lucas is an autistic writer who wrote the amazing own voices YA novel the State of Grace. Her work can be found on her website:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Sarah Kurchak is an autistic advocate and writer. You can find here work here: And here: And here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Rhi is an autistic writer, poet, playwright and blogger. I'm linking directly to Rhi performing a poem that I love about being autistic: If you're in Devon/can get to Devon you can also watch her play:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Kathryn Andrews is an autistic writer and her debut novel is available here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Rose Lemberg is a SFF writer who writes LGBTQIA focused stories. Their patreon can be found here:
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Brooke Winters 3 Mar 18
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Marieke Nijkamp is a New York Times bestselling author of young adult books. You can find their books here:
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Brooke Winters 4 Mar 18
Lisa J Ellwood is an autistic bipolar Lenape and Nanticoke journalist. You can find her on Twitter and Her work can be found here: Her PayPal:
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Brooke Winters 4 Mar 18
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Jack Monroe is a food writer, campaigner and best selling author. Jack's website is here:
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Brooke Winters 4 Mar 18
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Corinne Duyvis writes young adult science fiction novels. We also have Corinne to thank for the term "Own Voices." Corinne's website is here:
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Brooke Winters 7 Mar 18
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Kaelan Rhywiol writes polyamorous, kinky romance novels. Xyr website is here:
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Brooke Winters 7 Mar 18
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Helen Hoang is an autistic romance writer. Her debut novel the Kiss Quotient is available to pre-order now: I've literally never been so excited about a book (which is saying something because I'm always excited about books).
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