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Publications

Presentations and Podcasts

In-Person Presentations

Aftermath and Long-Term Impact of Brain Injury. Presented at the Women of Resilience conference, February 2017. Starts at minute 2:09.

Podcasts & Interviews

HerStory TV Interview with Deb Brandon

Another Fork in the Road: BI Survivor & Author – “But My Brain Had Other Ideas” Brain Injury Radio on Blog Talk Radio

Heart of Wellness Radio show

Weave Podcast: Episode 63: A New Perspective on Weaving with Deb Brandon

Video Discussion Panel: Writing about Trauma (YouTube)

Faces of TBI interview on Blog Talk Radio

Soul Sciences Podcast: But My Brain Had Other Ideas, January 2018

Never Ever Give Up Hope: How to Survive Your Greatest Challenge, September 2019

Brain Injury Discussion Panel, April 2019

Moments with Marianne: Interview about Threads Around the World (I Heart Radio), March 2019

Vision & Voice Discussion Panel: Publishing Today

Creative Countryside: Q&A

Writer to Writer: Customs, Textiles, Weaving, & Culture

I’ve Had Three Brain Surgeries and I Like Myself Better Now: Deb Brandon: Interview by Lynn McLaughlin

Written Publications

Books

Threads Around the World: From Arabian Weaving to Batik in Zimbabwe

But My Brain Had Other Ideas: A Memoir of Recovery from Brain Injury

Reviews of Books

Pittsburgh Quarterly
Explore Fiber
Mr X Stitch
Kirkus Reviews
Reader Views

Articles & Columns

Sandi Klein Show, guest post, “Why I Write
Sanctuary Magazine interview
Superstitions as Tool (Psychology Today)
Regular Monitoring for Brain Bleeds: Inside the MRI (Psychology Today)
Carpe DiemLiving With Fear (BrainBlogger)
Understanding Different Brands of Humor: From Ambivalence to Disapproval (Psychology Today)
Moving Past the Label (Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest 2017 Honorable Mention, Nonfiction)
Disconnections In the Aftermath of Brain Injury (Psychology Today)
My Brain Injury Almost Kept Me From Being Able to Read: A Courageous Essay By Deborah Brandon
“Humor and the Maw” (Psychology Today)
“With little help from doctors, I mapped my recovery from brain surgery” (STAT)
“In and Out of the Abyss: Depression After Brain Surgery” (Brain Blogger)
“Disconnections In the Aftermath of Brain Injury” (Psychology Today)
Moving Past the Label” (Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest 2017 Honorable Mention, Nonfiction)
“My Brain Injury Almost Kept Me From Being Able to Read: A Courageous Essay By Deborah Brandon” (BookSparks)
“Mirror, Mirror”  by Deborah Brandon. HAND/EYE Magazine, August 4, 2011
“Weaving a Dream” by Deb Brandon (with forward by Anita Osterhaug). Weaving Today, October 2, 2013
“Textile Techniques from Around the World.” Regular column in WARP (Weave A Real Peace) Newsletter archives
The Surprising Connections between Ethnic Textiles and Sustainability,” Conscious Connection, March 17, 2019
“Weaver, Writer, Survivor,” Selvedge Magazine, November 17, 2018

Blogs

Beyond Brain Injury” (blog). Since 2011. Originally titled “The Bloody Brain.”

Textile Traditions” (blog). Since 2017.


Additional Publications

Additional publication information, including academic publications, can be found in my curriculum vitae.