Audible Autism – Episode 19 – Accidentally Autistic

Hello listeners,

This episode of Audible Autism will be different from previous ones in that it’s not hosted by either Sarah or Odai but Citizen of the Autistic Empire Nicky Watkinson and her partner-in-crime Angharad.

In this episode Nicky and Angharad discuss their YouTube show “Accidentally Autistic”, which is about autism and popular culture; they also talk about autism diagnostic criteria, stereotypes, and autistic friendships.

If you are interested in the other works they are involved in have a look at Autistic Sherlock in Elementary Tumblr:

Accidentally Autistic on YouTube:

Nicky (she / her): Nicky is an autistic writer and content creator based in London.

Angharad (they / them): Angharad is an autistic creator and musician based in Cambridge / London / Swansea.

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Audible Autism – Episode 18 – Rebecca Cavender

Hello listeners, we have a brand new episode of Audible Autism for you.

Sarah interviews Rebecca Cavender. Rebecca is an intuitive writer, guide, and advocate from the Pacific Northwest, USA. She helps others remember they belong so they can catalyse and honour their true self-expression.

Rebecca does this through professional writing services (like copywriting and writing circles), coaching, and sharing her prose, poetry, and advocacy.

You can discover more about her here:
(scholarships available for the autistic community)

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Audible Autism Episode 13: Heather Interviews Sarah

Hi guys…

Audible Autism is BACK!


We’re very excited to say that we have been working on a new season of Audible Autism, and we’ve got a whole new set of episodes for you on interesting questions, with interesting facts, and interesting guests. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything!

In this special episode of Audible Autism, Heather interviews Sarah McCulloch and her vision for the Autistic Empire, our new autistic community.

Sarah discusses:

* Her views of autism as a civic identity.

* What the Autistic Empire has been inspired by from Malcolm X and LGBT liberation movements.

* Her own background and journey as an autistic person.

* How she sees our future as autistic people.

The transcript to this episode is available at the bottom of this post.

Heather is a writer, blogger, ancient historian, mythologist, anthropologist, crafter, graphic designer, and web designer, all of which are special interests and learned on her own time. She has bachelor’s in philosophy and master’s degree in international affairs, but previously worked in human services and journalism for a local paper. Currently, she is helping care for her mother after two strokes. She currently blogs about her experiences being Autistic and Autism related news at

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