About Me

I am a Toronto writer and editor.

If you’ve ever visited the CBC.ca, Discovery.ca, or CNIB websites, read a Canadian poetry anthology, or picked up a copy of UC Magazine (just to name a few) then you’ve probably read my work.

If you’re a college or university student, or a reader of popular fiction, or own a Kindle, chances are pretty good that my (real) name is in the front of some of the stuff you’re reading right now.

I don’t use my real name or identifying information on this blog because telling colleagues that you have Asperger’s can be a career-killer. I know this from harsh experience.

I shall come out when I am good and ready.

I shall come out when I am good and ready.

However, I’m doing my bit to put Asperger’s, and Aspergians, on the map — by dispelling myths about us, by being approachable, and by writing about issues that affect Aspies and our families, colleagues, and friends.

If you have questions or are interested in having me write for your publication about Asperger-related issues, contact me at asparagusgirl37 at gee-male dot com.

Thanks for reading.

–Asparagus Girl.


7 thoughts on “About Me

    • Brilliant voice and writing… your writing has made my day, perhaps my year.
      Thank you for your contribution to my autie world.

  1. Hi! I really found your blog not only interesting but also encouraging. My sister has same diagnose as you do and it gives me hope that my sister can find her voice and express it one day like how you are doing! I would love to read some of your writing! I will be very happy if you share with me one. Good luck with your journey 🙂

  2. Hello Mme. Asparagus,

    I would like to know if you or any of your readers might have any tips for forming a support group/ social group for parents, children, and educators of children who have been diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. I am in India where there is little understanding of this topic.

    • Thank you! I don’t get a lot of time to write these days, but it’s nice to have such friendly feedback. Hope you & your daughter are doing well. 🙂

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