We recently read the book Typed Words Loud Voices Edited By Amy Sequenzia and Elizabeth J. Grace. It's a collection of articles written by 55 people who type (or letter board) to talk either some of the time or all of the time. You can find it here on amazon: Typed Words Loud Voices
Here is Fox's review of the book:
I LIKED IT BECAUSE IT HAD INCREDIBLE STORIES WRITTEN BY OTHER AUTISTICS THAT CAN'T MOUTH TALK. I KNOW NICE HAPPY ONLY LETTER TALKERS BUT I DIDN'T KNOW THAT THERE WERE HAPPY TALKERS THAT LIKED TALKING WITH LETTERS BETTER. I ALWAYS AM SAD THAT I CAN'T TALK WITH MOUTH HOWEVER I THINK IT WOULD BE HARD TO MOUTH TALK THE WRONG WORDS. I AM LUCKY TO KNOW SOME LETTER TALKERS THAT FIND TALKING WITH LETTERS ABLE TO GET LOTS OF THOUGHTS OUT. HAVING LETTER TALKERS AS FRIENDS GIVES ME SO MUCH AMAZING ABILITY TO AFTER A HARD DAY STILL GET ON RIGHT PATH AND BE HAPPY. FINDING OTHER AUTISTICS GIVES ME FEELING THAT I'M NOT SO DIFFERENT. I AM HAVING A GOOD AND FEARLESS HAPPY LIFE. NOT IN LIFE OF SILENCE ANYMORE. NICE TO READ ABOUT AUTISTICS LIKE MYSELF. I THINK ALL PEOPLE SHOULD READ THIS BOOK.