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Partly Robot, the alter ego of Andrew Coltrin, writes and blogs about feeling more than human in a world of mere humans. Partly stumbled upon his Autism diagnosis after he stopped in used bookstores and started working in schools. After burning out on being an English teacher, he's been an undercover angel working in special ed programs of schools in Arizona and Oregon. He also writes odd things and periodically posts on his website PartlyRobot.com.

Neurodivergent Pride #12: Burnout (What Autistic Minds Can Teach Each Other and the World)

Neurodivergent Pride #12: Burnout (What Autistic Minds Can Teach Each Other and the World)

by Joe Biel Editor, Partly Robot Contributor and Amelia Nagoski Contributor

Burnout is a topic on everyone's mind since the pandemonium hit in March 2020. But what about autistic burnout?…

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An Actually Autistic Window on Economics

An Actually Autistic Window on Economics

by Partly Robot Author

In this new zine from Partly Robot Industries, author Andrew Coltrin dives into the world of economics and explains the…

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Neurodivergent Pride #10: Interactions with Police

Neurodivergent Pride #10: Interactions with Police

by Joe Biel Editor, Eliot Daughtry Contributor, Kriss De Jong Contributor, Partly Robot Contributor and Seth Graham Author

In this timely and unfortunately perennially relevant zine, author and editor Joe Biel has compiled stories from half a…

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Ability: Emerging from the Social Constraints on Neurodivergence and Disability

Ability: Emerging from the Social Constraints on Neurodivergence and Disability

by Partly Robot Author

A series of thematically linked vignettes about ability, disability, autism, mental health, and gender. Mostly writing…

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Neurodivergent Pride #2: A User Guide to Treating People Like People

Neurodivergent Pride #2: A User Guide to Treating People Like People

by Temple Grandin, Ph.D Contributor, Joe Biel Editor, Eliot Daughtry Contributor, Gee23 Contributor, Kate McNulty Contributor, 4 more

Neurodiversity occupies a similar place in the public consciousness as gay rights did in the 1970s: most people on the…

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"A" is for Aspergers: A Personal Glossary of a Spectrumy Life

"A" is for Aspergers: A Personal Glossary of a Spectrumy Life

by Partly Robot Author

For those following my saga of the past decade, it will not be surprising when I say that I feel like this zine was made…

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Neurodivergent Pride #4: Being Taken Advantage Of

Neurodivergent Pride #4: Being Taken Advantage Of

by Joe Biel Editor, Temple Grandin, Ph.D Contributor, Eliot Daughtry Contributor, Kriss De Jong Contributor, Partly Robot Contributor, Laura Stanfill Contributor and Emily Velasquez Contributor

The first time that I met my favorite autistic mentee, she walked right up to me, declaring “You don’t look…

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Neurodivergent Pride #3: The Survivors Issue

Neurodivergent Pride #3: The Survivors Issue

by Joe Biel Editor, Temple Grandin, Ph.D Contributor, Eliot Daughtry Contributor, Aaron Poliwoda Contributor and Partly Robot Contributor

The life expectancy of autistic people is 36 years old. The most likely cause of this is suicide. Autistic people are…

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Neurodivergent Pride #1: Autistic Pride in a Neurophobic World

Neurodivergent Pride #1: Autistic Pride in a Neurophobic World

by Joe Biel Editor, Temple Grandin, Ph.D Contributor, Ricki Bransen Contributor, Eliot Daughtry Contributor, Aaron Poliwoda Contributor, Tammy Porter Contributor and Partly Robot Contributor

The R-word has been used against us as hate speech for decades. Neurotypicals have tried to dictate our motives,…

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