Biographies and Personal Experiences
Individual accounts, exploration and collections of first-hand experience of face blindness, written by people who are face blind themselves.
Bill Choisser (1997-2009)
The first book on face blindness, written by the first lay person to be identified with the condition (only available online).
Edited by Jo Livingston (2012)
Stories from around the world, told by a few of the millions who are face blind.
Heather Sellars (2010)
A true storyof family, face blindness and forgiveness.
B. Gilzene (2013)
A collection of anecdotes illustrating the experiences of people with face blindness.
Tara Fall (2014)
Neurology patient surviving epilepsy, faceblindness and stroke.
Fiction where the main character has face blindness.
Jennifer Niven (2016)
A story of two teenagers, each with their own challenges.
Sarah J Harris (2018)
A mystery about a boy with face blindness and synesthesia.
Explaining and exploring face blindness.
Lyndsay Leatherdale (2013)
Prosopagnosia types, tests, symptoms, causes, treatment and research.
Nancy Mindick (2011)
Prosopagnosia management strategies for parents and professionals.
Sarah Bate (2013)
Cognitive, developmental and clinical exploration for practitioners, students and academics.
Oliver Sacks (2010)
Psychological adjustment of individuals whose visual perception of the world is impaired – including one chapter related to the capacity to recognise faces.