Sharon daVanport and Tricia Kenney hosted a special show dedicated to Autism Acceptance Month. Guests included neurodiversity autistic advocate Lydia Borwn, an ASAN member who shared with us all about her progressive involvement in projects for autistic people, and her popular blog, Autistic Hoya. Julie Clark, author of Asperger's in Pink: Pearls of Wisdom From Inside The Bubble of Raising A Child with Aspergers, was on the show, and she spoke about her book, her art and blog. Also joining us was Kathleen B. Tehrani, a former educator, current writer, and CEO and Co-founder of the new Autism Brainstorm and Sensory Star. Finally, we wrapped things up with Marc Rosen, a writer, activist, self-advocate and co-editor of Perspectives Anthology, a book of poems for autism. Marc was joined by co-editor, James P. Wagner, who shared with us Marc's lates book, Monster of Fifty-Nine Moons.