Neurodiverse Characters in Fiction

I gave a talk at Landmark College, located in Putney, Vermont, this week, and it was recorded by the local TV station for local broadcast.

The talk was titled: "Neurodiverse Characters in Fiction: Perspectives Beyond the Vanilla"

It was a fun talk to give, and a great place to give the talk for a number of reasons:

  1. I love talking about writing
  2. I enjoy writing, and reading, neurodiverse characters in fiction
  3. Landmark College's student population is largely comprised of neurodiverse learners, a fair number of which enjoy reading and writing
I'm not the best public speaker in the world, but it felt as though everyone had a good time at the talk, and I'm hoping to give more similar talks in the future, and continue my association with Landmark as well.

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