NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity
by Steve Silberman, which goes on sale next Tuesday (8/25) from Avery, is already making a big splash in the media. The cover of The New York Times Book Review this Sunday (8/23)
, which praises this remarkable book as “beautifully told, humanizing, important,” is just the start of the terrific line up. Also of note: a detailed and thorough article on Atlantic.com
, an amazing Q & A with Carl Zimmer in this month’s WIRED magazine, a review in TIME magazine, a review in this week’s Economist, a fantastic interview with WBUR’s CommonHealth
, amongst others. Additionally, over the next two weeks, Steve will be interviewed on NPR’s Fresh Air,
reviews will be appearing in the San Francisco Chronicle, Philadelphia Inquirer,
and Chicago Tribune;
and coverage will be all over the web on popular sites like Buzzfeed, Gizmodo, DailyBeast, Quartz, Salon and Slate.
Want a sneak peek into the book? Take a few minutes to watch Steve Siberman’s TED Talk on ‘The Forgotten History of Autism’
, which in just a few short weeks, has garnered 850,000 views. Clearly this is a topic that is resonating with people everywhere. Both the TedTalk and NeuroTribes are incredibly eye opening.