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What is Dyslexia? Hollywood Screenwriter Max Brooks Tells Congress

Excerpt: “Dyslexia forced me to think outside the conventional cube and maybe that manner of thinking is why I’ve been invited to speak at the US Naval War College, at West Point, at various military and homeland security exercises and at a few strategic studies groups that I probably shouldn’t be talking about here. […]

Writing Talents in Dyslexia – Nobel Poet William Butler Yeats

“Several of my uncles and aunts had tried to teach me to read, and because they could not, and because I was much older than children who read easily, had come to think, as I have learnt since, that I had not all my faculties.”- William Butler Yeats

Who would have guessed that William Butler […]

Multi-Talented Artist Colin Poole Talks About His Dyslexia

“When I was in school I wondered why I didn’t understand; now I wonder why “they” don’t understand. My life and my viewpoint are distinct, and I love it this way. Dyslexies are often the inventors, the artists, and the creators. We are the different people who make a difference.”

And: “How I create, think, […]

Dyslexic Advantage Talks to Bestselling Author Vince Flynn

Recently Brock and I re-discovered a wonderful phone interview we had with Vince Flynn, author of the Mitch Rapp series and a #1 New York Time Bestselling Author. Vince was amazing for so many reasons and he was a powerful spokesperson for the advantages associated with dyslexia. Vince received 60 rejection letters for his […]

Paleontologist Jack Horner Talks to Scientists About Being Dyslexic

“I survived the stigma of my shortcomings by living an imaginative life as a dinosaur hunter, both in the Cretaceous, and in my back yard. Based on the fossils I discovered near my hometown I recreated miniature ecosystems using weeds for trees, and a long ditch for the inland sea. To this day I […]