Low Visionary, a blog with a focus on disability rights and a passion for accessibility, has written a review of Trish Harris’ memoir that is well worth a read.
“…there was much anguished discussion among disabled people about the need to tell better, more realistic and more nuanced disability stories. The Walking Stick Tree makes an excellent contribution to filling that aching void. It establishes a place for disability and disabled writers in the literary world in general, since the themes are universal, but it makes a place, with its familiar setting, in the New Zealand literary world.”
Read the full review here.