Here is the summary:
The book is titled Stuttering: Inspiring Stories and Professional Wisdom.
It contains 25 chapters written by people who stutter, leading professionals and the spouse of a person who stutters. All chapters were donated to StutterTalk to help raise money for the free podcast. The book is available in paperback at Amazon for $12.99 and as an ebook and download at Kindle, iTunes and Smashwords for $5.99. Barnes & Noble online will carry the book within a few weeks. I
am happy to see that within a few weeks of publication, the StutterTalk book is already the first book listed on iTunes.
The link above has a good, short summary of the book. 24 of the chapters appear in the StutterTalk book for the first time anywhere. One chapter, by David Mitchell, is a reprint and is one that I really wanted in the book. I invited every author to submit a chapter on a specific topic. My brother, David Reitzes, and I edited the book. We had editing help from Nan Bernstein Ratner, Walter H. Manning, Bob Quesal, Scott Yaruss and others.
While I love all the chapters, what I think sets the book apart from other books are some of the "under reported" topics. There are chapters on substance abuse and stuttering, issues in the LGBT community and stuttering, discrimination, several chapters on passing as fluent, etc.
I asked each author to write his or her chapter with adults who stutter as the main audience in mind and I think the book has benefited from this approach.