First, the big news – Emily and I are speaking at Greenbelt this year. We’ll be at the Hot House at 1pm on Sunday (27th Aug), for a talk called ‘Disability and Justice: Prophets on the Edge.’ We’d love to see you there, if you’re going!

In other news, I’ve had an article accepted to the Journal of Disability and Religion, on neurodiversity, theology and justice. It’s part of a special issue on neurodiversity and theological education, edited by the fantastic Erin Raffety and Michael Paul Cartledge. A preprint (early version of the article) is available here. This looks like it’s going to be a fantastic special issue, including a great paper by Krysia Waldock (I might have had a sneak peak of that!) I’ll share here when the special issue is published. Thanks so much to Erin for inviting me to contribute.

And finally, we’re another step closer to releasing the audiobook version of At the Gates. The voice files have now been recorded by voice artist Jilly Bond, who’s done a spectacular job, and producer Rebecca Parnaby-Rooke is in the last stages of production. We’re looking forward to releasing the audiobook very soon – in the next couple of months, we hope.