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Book Title and Descriptions
Jazz Hands and Clodhoppers: My Big Queer Life
All her life, she was an outsider, no matter what group she found herself in. This truth has resulted in an unusual life path, full of various jobs, cities, and communities, all of which have led to a pretty normal life in Albany.
Same as the sea we all have hidden things we need to discover and have discovered. I survived abuse and rape. I will share my hidden story with you.
A glimpse into the life of a DACA recipient; A child who was brought to the US and has been called an illegal alien for all her life
Behind the Chair
About a disabled college student who is trying to find their place in the world, full of stereotypes and assumptions about the disabled community. Along the way, she has overcome obstacles, met incredible people and even followed her dream through the power of social media. Since when is Cerebral Palsy a death sentence?
College is hard enough, a cancer diagnosis makes it harder. But do you know what isn't hard at all? Eating Blueberries.
I made it eighteen years of my life with a disability that nobody else could see. Now, only two years after my diagnosis, I am still struggling to figure out the difference between me and my disorder.
The Autistic Werewolf from the Squid Universe
An autistic werewolf from the Squid Universe talks about dealing with people who don't understand him as well as his struggles with earthly concepts that don't compute with his differently-evolved brain.
Often people think of Medusa and see her as an evil woman who turns people into stone, but a lot of people do not know the origin of her story. Like many books, Medusa gets judged by her cover. Medusa's story inspires me and I find comfort in her story when I struggle with mine
You're Future is So Bright!
Growing up, I was bullied from 4-12 (Kindergarten to 8th Grade). I never thought I would end up at the school of my dreams studying to do something that I love! You can overcome anything as long as you have the right people around you.
The story of how a victim survived domestic abuse and how she has made the best of what life has to offer. A look at how one woman became her strongest after being at her weakest point.
Asexuality, The Invisible One
Asexuality is a lesser-known sexuality publicly or otherwise. One does not experience sexual attraction, but everything else can apply.
Queer and Revolting
Politics, revolution, resisting all things “regular” and “normal”
"The name is Carillo, Gianni Carillo."
As an athlete you have this objective to be totally dedicated to your sport, while also being stereotyped by others thinking you’re a jock or somebody who can’t achieve high marks in school. It can be hurtful to athletes and make them fall into the stereotype and be the way individuals think (failure, underachieving, and JUST AN ATHLETE).
I also have the honor of being different nationalities maintaining the light skin tone. I am both African American and white, but being raised in a white household, I grew up with different values than what I appear on the outside, but by outsiders, I am sometimes discriminated against.
The perspective of the Classroom Disruption
Growing up with ADHD has given me a very interesting experience throughout school.
Under the Skin
The story of loss and grief when a parent passes away. How that loss can affect us forever and how other people can only see skin deep.
Please Mr DJ
I am a songwriter; and I'm writing a novel about a DJ who wants to bring Caribbean music, Afrobeats, and Dancehall to college campuses. I want to talk about the importance of diversity in music and why there is a lack of it in mainstream music awards ceremonies.