Harilyn Rousso is a disability activist, feminist, psychotherapist, writer, and painter. Her list of accomplishments is stunning. Her book, ‘Don’t Call Me Inspirational’ holds reviews from the likes of Gloria Steinem who says, “I’ve known Harilyn Rousso as a powerful activist and gifted artist, but with this revelatory book, she becomes something even rarer: a storyteller who conveys her uniqueness and so helps us to discover our own.” Rousso’s novel, published by Temple University Press this year, is a biography so powerfully written that it explodes from within itself, and beyond the issues uncovered in women’s studies, disability advocacy and politics there exists a rare exuberance. (READ FULL REVIEW)
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