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It is also available in recorded format from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Our mailing list is a low-traffic congenial place to share work in progress; learn about submission requests; and to ask and answer writing questions.Thanks to Abbie Johnson Taylor and her committee members: Marilyn Brandt Smith, Lillian Way, Valerie Moreno, and Cleora Boyd for all of your hard work.The determination of guidelines and the selection of winners required a great deal of time and consideration.He knew how to make me laugh and allowed me to be myself instead of always having to put on a performance to prove I was an ordinary college girl.Many of the other people I knew didn’t believe that blind people were normal human beings.