Corina Lynn Becker lives in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. As well as autistic, she is nonbinary, asexual, chronically ill, and ADHD. Corina graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2008 with a B.A. in English, and is currently finishing her B.A. in Disability Studies at Ryerson University.
At Ryerson, she has been awarded the M.K. Chant Disability Studies Award and the Bill and Lucille Owen Award in Public Policy. In 2011, Corina received the ASAN Award for Exceptional Service to the Autistic Community for developing Autistics Speaking Day (ASDay).
In her spare time, Corina writes and draws fantasy novels and comics, paints, knits, crochets, reads, and plays board games, video games and D&D, as well as other geeky things. She also writes on her personal blog No Stereotypes Here.