Here’s who we talked to in Autistic Reader Month’s second week!
April 10: Emmalia Harrington
“I like the challenge of psychological horror, to make scares intangible but powerful.”
April 11 (subscribers only): Jay Edelson
“You don’t have to conform to neurotypical models of how to enjoy things, whether that’s books or comics or anything else.”
April 12: Jennifer R. Povey
“Some of us are assholes, but it’s not because we’re autistic. Just saying.”
April 13: Michael Helsem
“I don’t read to see myself in fiction. I like moods, landscapes & atmospheres, idiosyncratic world-building.”
We’ve got four more interviews coming up this week, so if you want them delivered fresh to your inbox every morning, you can subscribe!