I was interviewed by Ada Hoffman as part of their series about autistic authors, taking place this April!

Canadian speculating fiction author and poet Ada Hoffman interviewed me as part of their series on autistic authors, taking place during the month of April. We discuss Nothing Without Us, autistic representation in fiction, and what it’s like to be an autistic author in the publishing world! You can find the interview here. I highly …

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ID: Zoom snapshot of Canadian author Christina Robins (on the left, laughing. Christina has tawny-rosy skin and long wavy auburn hair, tied back. She’s wearing a brown-black top and is holding a sky-blue Wonder Woman mug. She is sitting in a pale grey room and there's a black cat on the couch behind her. Cait Gordon is on the right, against a spacey backdrop with the In the ’Cosm logo.

In the ’Cosm Podcast S1, Ep5: Diversity representation in fiction (and why Jackie Collins is awesome) with Christina Robins

CW: Mentions of sex trafficking, relationship abuse, and child abuse Emerging Canadian author Christina Robins shares her point of view about sex work and writing a protagonist who is a sex worker in her newly released novella, Entanglements. She also explains why autistic characters are not “too much,” and how she loves reading and writing …

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Cait Gordon

Masking: The Fine Art of Faking Being Neurotypical

I’m autistic. You don’t know how freeing it is to write that. Every single time I do, I feel like a little more of that burden I’ve been carrying for decades is being lifted off my shoulders. I’m one of those cases (as happens to many autistic cisgender women) where I only discovered this last …

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