Media

Books

Fiction

  • Anything But Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin (2009)
  • Marcelo in the Real World by Francisco X. Stork (2009)
  • Mockingbird (Usborne Modern Classics) by Kathryn Erskine (2010)
  • On the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis (2016)
  • Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde (2018)
  • State of Grace (2017) by Rachael Lucas
  • The Universe Versus Alex Woods by Gavin Extence (2013)

Non-fiction

Blogs

Articles

Youtubers

Autistic owned stores:

  • Asenseofself – Handmade sensory items
  • Autonomous Press (AKA Autpress) –  independent publisher focusing on works about disability, neurodivergence, and the various ways they can intersect with other aspects of identity and lived experience.
  • BugziesCrochet – Crochet Creations
  • Buy Autistic! – Autistic owned business directory
  • Cattydragons – the studio of Andy Dreisewerd, who sells prints and original paintings of dragons and other mythical humanoids and creatures, on T shirts as well as paper
  • Chewiegem – Chewable jewelry
  • CrystalStarSpark – A spark of wonder in every handmade jewelry piece.
  • Doodlebethshop – Neurodivergent accessories like keychains and pins
  • Dragon Adventures Crafting – Stickers and Stuffed animals
  • FabulousFidgets – Affordable, Handmade Fidget Toys and Jewelry
  • Gayle Fitzpatrick – Drawing and painting is how Gayleloses and finds herself. For her, making paper is a dance of movement,water,color and texture. Gayle loves what she does!
  • The Heathersmith crafts – fanciful and unique jewelry including ear cuffs and Elf earrings
  • Jane’s Prints – Jane Strauss is a photographer who sells both art photography prints and cards, mugs, and other items with her original photos on them.
  • KineticColorFoundry – Customizable fidgets, stims, jewelry and accessories
  • Marshall Edwards – a freelance writer and marketing consultant for creative types
  • Ruthdoodle – Custom Jewelry & Sensory Items
  • Stimtastic – Stimtastic is affordable stim toys, chewable jewelry and fidgets for autistic adults and teens (and kids too!). Owned by an autistic person, Stimtastic celebrates stimming as a natural part of life on the spectrum.
  • SpacerobotStudio – Neurodiversity, Creativity, & Alternative Communication
  • Unofficial Gallifrey  – is a Zazzle store specializing in neurodiversity, social justice, otherkin things, and, of course, anything related to Gallifrey.