Diane J. Wright is an award-winning screenwriter whose work has been lauded at prestigious film festivals in Canada and Europe. She is sought out for her deep knowledge of the form and for her active support of inclusivity in genre film.
Over her career she has been invited to share her singular perspective in magazines such as Fast Company and Chatelaine, to lecture at her alma mater's MFA program, and to consult on key studio and network productions.
In everything she touches, Diane works to build #equality for all through education, advocacy, and meaningful representation.
Diane is the founder of GenXAspie.com and The #AutLife Shop in support of adult-identified autism. Her debut novel is Birthday Girl.
When a sixteen-year-old ingénue finds herself lost and alone on the side of the California highway, she has no way to know it's the beginning of a brand new life. Taking on an unforgiving and confusing world with determination, courage, and her autistic superpowers, Tracey Burns sets out on a quest to find her missing mother and, on the way, learns what it means to never, ever give up.