Daniel Kearns

Unknowable Thing

Prose Content Warnings: Neurodivergent (autistic) perspective, implied ableism That time of the year again. Your time. That cushy little month where the winter days begin tofade and the sun comes poking out, when everyone gathers together to share theirexperiences with you. They tell stories about how you brought them together, completed thatpart of them they …

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My Brain Is Funny

Poetry My Brain Is Funny is a frank, yet humourous, poetic look at the reality of life with autism with all of its exhaustion, difficulties, and fun My brain is funny, it’s not like othersNot like my brothers’ not like my mother’sMy brain is funny, perhaps it’s all wrongI’ll maybe think about it, over my …

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Phone Call

Prose Presenting a window into life with autism Daniel Kearns’ short fiction ‘ Phone Call’ offers sensitive insight into neuro-divergent experience. CW: Neurodiversity (autistic character featured) The day was bright and sunny, a few small clouds dotting an otherwise clear blue sky, a fewbirds flying past while singing to one another. A cool, subtle breeze …

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