You don't have to be a sports fan to appreciate Ryan Cowley's memoir about his life so far.
Disability Visibility: First Person stories from the Twenty-First Century, is a collection of essays by and about disabled people. Editor Alice Wong is an award-winning writer and activist for disability rights.
As someone who only began reaching out to the stuttering community in recent years, I wonder what took me so long.
Jordan Scott is an award winning, world-renowned Canadian poet who has stuttered his whole life. His first book of poetry published in 2006, Silt, won the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize.
Dr. Bob G Bodenhamer is a clinician and a certified trainer of Neurolinguistic Processing, or NLP, who applies its principles to the treatment of stuttering.
This is the third and final part of a review and analysis of Marc Shell’s 2005 text, Stutter.
This is the continuation of an analysis of Marc Shell’s 2005 book, Stutter.