We’ve been interviewed, written about, and have written several articles on autism in The Mighty, Huffington Post, San Jose Mercury News, Edutopia, HooplaHa-Only Good TV, Zoom Autism Magazine, SFGate, and Gentry Magazine. We also contribute to parenting and educational blogs such as Dandelion Moms and Teachers with Apps. Our CEO, Jodi Murphy, is a Parent Community Leader on the Care.com community forum. Many members of our autistic team have featured on podcasts and local television.
Here is an archive of some of our media coverage:
Profile of Geek Club Books on HooplaHa, Only Good TV
Dorky Delights in Palo Alto Weekly – Dorktales, Jonathan Murphy, and Geek Club Books autism mission.
Using Technology to Tell the Story of Autism
Interview with Jodi Murphy, Founder, Geek Club Books
One in 68 children are diagnosed with autism, and the public’s understanding of autism is shrouded in mystery and misperception, leaving the autistic vulnerable to bullying and social isolation. The nonprofit organization, Geek Club Books, aims to bring forth positive views of autism, with the goal of autism awareness, education for the public, and empowerment programs for autistic individuals through their own creative self-expression. Learn how Geek Club Books accomplishes their goals through technology and the art of storytelling.
Laura Shumaker article featuring Jonathan
My Women Hold Up Half the Sky interview with Della Duncan
on motherhood, entrepreneurship, autism and positive advocacy.
Book reviewer speaks about autism awareness and the Mighty League app
Autism, Asperger’s awareness and education earned us a 4.5 star review
5 stars for promoting autism spectrum awareness with our Mighty League app
4.5 stars for our great anti-bullying message
Thinking creatively and creating a storybook app for autism education
App of the Week for our app that helps children see how they are special
Interview with Jodi Murphy on a book app for autism acceptance
News about the release of Dorktales: classic fairy tales with a geekish twist
Jonathan Murphy discusses having Asperger’s Syndrome and being a voice actor
Jonathan Murphy makes the Gentry Magazine A-List for his work at Great America
Article by popular autism columnist Laura Shumaker about Jonathan Murphy