Victoria Zigler was kind enough to be interviewed in my posts about the challenges facing blind authors and readers. Here she is once again, discussing her books and the challenges she faces.
My name is Victoria Zigler, I’m twenty-nine years old, and I’m a self-published author of children’s books and poetry. I also just happen to be completely blind.
I was born with Glaucoma, which robbed me of the sight in my left eye at some point during my childhood, and later robbed me of the sight in my right eye. I don’t know exactly when my left eye stopped being useful, but I can tell you that I had the eye out shortly before my sixteenth birthday, because by that time all I could see with it was light and the light caused me severe pain. Seven years later there was a drastic change in what I could see in my right eye, and eight months after that, a few…
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