Signal boost: a new sibling blog!

Just saw this on SibNet:

I am thrilled to announce that the Sibling Support Project has just launched the Sibling Stories, a blog featuring essays siblings by people with disabilities. Please share this announcement with others who may be interested.

As you may have noticed, there has been tremendous growth in “sib lit”–essays, articles, and books written by sibs of people with disabilities–during the past few years. On Sibling Stories, we hope to feature great writing by siblings of all ages.

Please visit http://siblingstories.blogspot.com/ to see our new blog. To launch Sibling Stories we are featuring essays by Allan Goldstein (“An Unanticipated Love”) and Emily Mario Holl (“Happily Ever After?” from Thicker than Water) and an excerpt from Eileen Garvin’s terrific book, How to Be a Sister: A love story with a twist of autism. More stories will be added in the days to come!

We hope you will visit and share a link to Sibling Stories with families and friends. http://siblingstories.blogspot.com/

I really hope the blog takes off! All of us siblings experience our siblinghood in a unique way, just as siblings in typical families, and I look forward to reading other peoples’ stories.

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One Comment on “Signal boost: a new sibling blog!”

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