Since its debut in 2016, the New York Times "Disability" series has brought insight to millions of readers into what it means, and how it feels, to live with a disability.
The life stories, by authors with disabilities that range from blindness and deafness to chronic illness and depression, speak to the fullness of human experience.
Echoing the refrain of the disability rights movement, "nothing about us without us," this collection, with a foreword by Andrew Solomon, presents more than 60 essays from the series, including "Becoming Disabled," "I Use a Wheelchair. And, Yes, I'm Your Doctor," and "10 Things My Chronic Illness Taught My Children."
- Liveright (2/23/21)