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A Conversation with Joanne Limburg
February 14 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Joanne Limburg in conversation with Cos Michael.
Joanne Limburg is a writer and creative writing lecturer, who received a diagnosis of autism at 42. She has published three collections of poetry for adults, most recently The Autistic Alice, which reflected on her life before diagnosis. She is also a novelist and non-fiction writer; her most recent book is Letters to My Weird Sisters: On Autism and Feminism. She is a Teaching Associate at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education.
Cos Michael got her autism diagnosis aged 50 and advocates for more knowledge about autism and ageing. After a career in theatre and broadcasting she spent several years leading NAS Autism and Ageing projects, and now works as an autism and ageing consultant and trainer. Cos speaks at conferences in the UK and abroad.
There will be Q&As following the conversation.
Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating conversation and Q&A session!
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