I published my very first essay in the New York Times! The essay appears in the Times’ special edition celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act: “What the A.D.A. Means to Me.”
Today Hachette Book Group is releasing the paperback version of my book, Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law. It’s available as a hard cover, paperback, ebook, or an audiobook in my own voice. So many choices! We’re also trying to get the book into more libraries.
And there’s more good news: the book is now available in Korean! This is the first translation of my memoir. It’s incredibly rewarding to know my work is reaching people around the world.
It’s been a difficult summer. Please stay safe and advocate for justice when you can.