Audio Comic Book On Blindness
blindnessChad Allen created an audio-comic titled “Unseen” featuring a blind protagonist. “Unseen” may be the first audio comic book written by a person living with blindness, that is intended for a blind audience. Even still, anyone can enjoy the story. “Unseen” was chosen for the "Self, Made" exhibition at the Exploratorium museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco.

"Chad's character is written for a blind audience, but all of us can identify with her because we can identify with the experience of being underestimated," says Melissa Alexander, the director of public programs at the Exploratorium. "His specific experience becomes more broadly applicable."

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"A blind heroine rules this audio comic book written for a blind audience"

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