We look for guest bloggers on a variety of subjects including but not limited to:
1. First-hand accounts from autistic people
2. Articles on art, music, or poetry
3. Spirituality and autism
4. Transformative accounts
5. Special Education
6. Sibling Stories
7. Parent Stories
8. Stories about innovative programs
9. Profiles of autistic people
10. Advocacy articles
11. Articles about employment and transition
12. Topical human-interest stories
13. Book and movie reviews
14. First Person Mental health accounts
15. International and National month themes – see why April, May, September, October and November have important themes for us.
Our policy on articles about therapies
Articles on therapies that we post on the Art of Autism are articles that treat people with dignity and that are in alignment with our mission – such as music and art therapy, equestrian therapy, and therapies which empower the person to have control over their emotions and enhance their lives, such as social stories. We do not post articles that are about curing autism or about what caused a person’s autism, such as vaccine articles. We do post articles from autistic people about therapies they believe helped them.
What we don’t post
Article Submission Guidelines
Articles should be 800 – 2000 words in .docx or .txt format and a head-shot of the writer and bio is required in a separate email. If the blog is about art please include samples of your art ready for publishing on the web properly named – the filename should include your name and the name of the piece of art. Photos should have the name of the person in the photo or a description of the photo. Please do not include photos, art and headshot as part of the text.
The benefit of posting your blog post on the Art of Autism is portfolio building, promotion, and the chance to be read by many people. The Art of Autism has received over 1.8 million unique views in the last several years. We average over 2000 views a day. Submissions and inquiries can be made to info @artautism.com.
Right to Decline Submissions
The Art of Autism has the right to decline any submission.
Header Image: Wen of Zen “Brain on Spectrum”