Eugene, OR, May 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- "Angle provides quality adaptive technology for the print disabled community at extremely affordable prices, a rarity in the field of adaptive technology. Without having to buy additional hardware, learn complicated commands, or pay a high price, Earl™ provides a pleasant reading experience on my iPhone and iPad. That is why I gladly agreed to join their team."- Belo Cipriani
Belo was the keynote speaker for the 2011 Americans with Disabilities Act celebration in San Francisco. He was also invited to be a guest lecturer at both Yale University and the University of San Francisco.
He was awarded a fellowship in nonfiction by the Lambda Literary Foundation (2011), a writing fellowship at Yaddo (2012), and a writing residency at Holy Names University, Oakland CA, for the academic year of 2012/14.
Belo says, “Educating our population on disability issues will produce awakened generations.”
Belo's first book, "Blind: A Memoir" (2011), received a blurb from Amy Tan and has been profiled in the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, San Jose Mercury News, Huffington Post, Advocate Magazine, After Elton, Univision, and Chicago Windy City Times, among others. It received an honorable mention for “best debut novel/book” and “best non-fiction” by the Rainbow Awards (2011), was awarded an honorable mention by the Eric Hoffer Book Awards (2012), and is a finalist for the First Horizon Award (2012).
Amber Clovers, Cipriani’s first work of fiction, will be published by ASD Publishing in 2013.