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Black Inc. Has Stumbled with Its Anthology of Neurodivergent Writing. The Term Is Not a Diagnosis – It Is Part of a Political Movement, Amanda Tink , single work essay

'I am blind and autistic. Like many people who grew up experiencing the world differently to mainstream Australians, I was thrilled last Thursday to read Black Inc.’s announcement of a new anthology, to be edited by Osher Gunsberg: “Growing up Neurodivergent in Australia: Call for submissions.”'

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