Maybe send us something after you read this (and our guidelines).
What we love:
- Lists! Do you have a list of favorite disabled protagonists? Do you use apps that help you as a visually-impaired poet?
- Book reviews. (Books must be written by a disabled/neurodivergent person or have disabled/neurodivergent characters.)
- Interviews with disabled/neurodivergent writers, editors, artists, dancers, film makers, etc. Interview subjects don't receive payment, but interviewers do.
- Tips for different aspects of writing/submitting/publishing/marketing as a disabled/neurodivergent person. Do you have strategies for people with anxiety at a conference? Is there a marketing plan for spoonies?
- Destruction of tropes and clichès.
- Alternative paths for success,
- News and happenings in disabled/neurodivergent literary culture, film, music, or art scenes. Is there a new literary magazine for cripples? A book fair exclusively for autistic people? A new album by a blind singer?
- Posts by multiply-marginalized writers.
- Anything that falls under the intersection of disability/neurodivergence and books, writing, promotion, art, etc.
Things we won't accept:
- Bigotry. Yes, that includes fatphobia.
- Book reviews of your own books/friends' books.
- Posts about disability that have nothing to do with literature/writing or other arts. (There are markets out there for those essays, but we aren't one of them.)
- Using your own website as a resource in your post without us clearing it. (Having it in your biography is fine.)
- Posts by nondisabled and neurotypical people.
- References to heavy trauma without appropriate trigger warnings.
- Excessive ableist language (that the author has no claim to).