Adie Bishop was born April Coleman in Raleigh County, West Virginia. Born weighing only one pound, eleven ounces, Adie is one of the last of her generation to have been diagnosed with retrolental fibroplasias (ROP, retinopathy of prematurity), and due to such had her right eye enucleated at one and a half years of age. Unknown to most, she is legally blind and unable to drive.
She was raised in the rural coal camp of Whitby, West Virginia and attended the local schools in Coal City, West Virginia, obtaining good grades throughout school, various awards and honors, including b more...
Tie Rose...and Other Works
Catching the Wind
For I Have Sinned
How the Blind See
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