This week, author and journalist Keah Brown published her brilliant memoir The Pretty One, a collection of incisive and insightful essays about disability, pop culture, ableism, and the intersection of gender, disabled identity, and race. At only 27, Brown has crafted a memorable, relatable, and extremely resonant nonfiction book, and become an incredible advocate and powerful voice for intersectional disability representation in media.

Buy her book HERE, and read a fantastic interview where she discusses the nuances of her intersectional experience here.

Congratulations, Keah! The Pretty One is a must-read!