Lydia Wilkins

Lydia Wilkins is an award winning freelance journalist who specialises in disability and social inequality issues. Her work has appeared in multiple outlets including The Metro, Insider, The Daily Mail, The Independent, Refinery 29, PosAbility Magazine, The Brighton Seagull, Women’s Health, The Mid Sussex Times, and others. She is also the editor in chief of Disability Review Magazine, the UK’s largest disability media title. Her first book, The Autism Friendly Cookbook, won two international Gourmand Awards; it was extracted in national and international media, went viral on TikTok, and has since been turned into a pilot course, which she co-teaches. Lydia is also a speaker/lecturer, and has worked with organisations such as Naidex, Suffolk University, Lava Elastic, Bath Spa University, the Publishing For Everyone conference, and others. In her spare time she writes a Substack newsletter called The Disabled Feminist, and is also an ambassador for AccessAble, the UK’s largest provider of disability related access information.

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