I thought sometimes the fiction blurred into the non-fiction, as Graham Caveney blends his life experiences with examples from literature in On Agoraphobia. It was startling to me, to think of people like Emily Dickinson used as examples in On Agoraphobia, of having that affliction because I just have never thought of it before. Without … Continue reading Book Review. On Agoraphobia by Graham Caveney.
Book Review. How to be Autistic by Charlotte Amelia Poe
How to be Autistic is a non-fiction book of essays by Charlotte Amelia Poe on their experiences of growing up with autism, which hadn’t yet been diagnosed. This was a difficult book for me to read because I saw a lot of myself in it. Especially with how difficult it was being a teenager. There … Continue reading Book Review. How to be Autistic by Charlotte Amelia Poe