ADHD ain't a joke
By Johnson Gamber
"ADHD ain't a joke. It is more than talking out of turn, wiggling in class, fidgeting in meetings. It's a condition that is rooted in a basic malfunction with one's Executive Function. In this zine, I explore what ADHD is, what it feels like, what we can do, and -- tangentially -- what failures on the part of adults can lead to one not being diagnosed until adulthood.
This is a 1/4 sized zine, measuring about 4.25x5.5 inches, with 24 pages of white paper and a color cover printed on 24lb Ultra Red from Neenah." - https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/PencilRevolution?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=884418062
Johnny Gamber is a native Baltimorean who quit a life in academia to "stay home" with his daughter. Now he has three kids at home, and they do a lot of arts and crafting. He's been blogging about pencils since 2005, and co-hosts a podcast (Erasable.us -- @4.5-5K listeners).
http://www.pencilrevolution.com -- IG and Twitter: @pencilution