David Miedzianik is an English autistic poet and writer. He has been compared to the autistic author Jonathan Mitchell in respect that his writings and poetry portray the difficulties of autism from a realistic perspective (https://books.google.com/books?id=5bPdBgAAQBAJ
). He is unemployed, but specifically writes about how he wants to have a job, find romantic love, and about his social difficulties. Miedzianik writes about specific examples pertaining to those desires.
Miedzianik has written an autobiography titled My Autobiography. His writing content has been described as roaming from subject to subject, but usually also provides material to the reader with a proper explanation. Other topics he writes about besides his loneliness and datelessness are his unusual behaviors. Francesca Happé, a professor of cognitive neuroscience, has described Miedzanik’s writing as the “least autistic” compared to other autistic authors including Temple Grandin. This is because he demonstrated the greatest awareness of his social limitations and how others perceived him