Autistic Strengths and Stereotypes, My First Publication

Two years after its conception, I have officially published a piece of my writing. After being lost in transition and undergoing a series of  revisions, my review about literature for children with autism, Autistic Strengths and Stereotypes, has been published in Disability Studies Quarterly.

It’s been exciting for me to go through the publication process, to take an ordinary paper that I wrote for an independent study and turn it into something more. From corresponding with editors to revising and proofreading, I’ve enjoyed learning about the inner workings of the publication process. It’s an honor to be included as an author in one of my favorite journals.

Check it out! I’d love to hear your thoughts about my review:

Autistic Strengths and Stereotypes | Paul | Disability Studies Quarterly.

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