Glossy covers, the smell of printed pages, and the various stories captured in the pages are just some of the reasons I adore books. Yet along with the excitement of reading comes a pang of disappointment each time I pick up a book and flip through its pages but am unable to read the words… Read more Beyond the Pencil Part 2
In the past few years, I started learning about how it’s important to try and shop from small local businesses. I didn’t realize the impact until the pandemic set in. Seeing the impact caused me to reflect on my journey and how I was able to make it work as a legally blind student living… Read more Shopping Small To Make A Difference
Having a huge love of reading and being a University student studying Publishing, literally anything and everything to do with books and publishing instantly catches my attention! So when scrolling through an endless list of school emails, I came across one from a previous instructor about a great opportunity. I couldn’t help but open it.… Read more Attending My First Accessible Publishing Summit
We are so excited for this week’s Limitless Podcast, where Shawn and co-host Jinnie have an incredible conversation with author Amanda Leduc about everything from representation of disability in fiction and fairy tales, person-first language, and much much more! A huge thank you to Amanda for stopping by and talking with us! Head on over… Read more Talking With Author Amanda Leduc on Limitless!
Huge thanks to everyone who attended our Trivia Night on Saturday night and helped make it a success – thanks to you, we raised just over $4100! We had a lot of fun, and congratulations to the team “We Are Llamas” who ended up winning the evening in a nail-biting tie-breaker round. Thank you to… Read more Trivia Night Was a Huge Success!
Playing on a school team is often a pinnacle of a person’s school life. Long practices, team bonding, and exhausting yet rewarding competitions are all things members of a team experience. But what is it like to be on a school sports team when you are the only one that is visually impaired? This is… Read more Playing on a School Team Being Blind or Partially Sighted