Emily Brooks in conversation with Nicole Chung at Catapult:
· “A Conversation About Disability Rights in Education,” Catapult, March 22, 2017: https://catapult.co/stories/a-conversation-about-disability-rights-in-education.
Emily Brooks was one contributor to Spectrum News’ end-of-year autism arts representation roundup:
· “The Best Depictions of Autism in the Arts,” Spectrum News, December 26, 2016: https://spectrumnews.org/features/special-report/best-depictions-autism-arts/.
Emily Brooks interviews Steve Silberman at The Toast:
· “An Interview with Steve Silberman, Author of NeuroTribes,” The Toast, March 29, 2016: http://the-toast.net/2016/03/29/interview-with-steve-silberman/.
Emily answers a question about autism and LGBTQ identities at My Kid is Gay:
· “My Autistic Child Came Out To Me,” My Kid is Gay, January 13, 2016: http://mykidisgay.com/my-autistic-child-came-out-to-me/.
Emily contributes to Spectrum News’ special report on sex, gender, and autism:
· “Focus on Autism Must Broaden to Include Non-Binary Genders,” Spectrum News, October 19, 2015: https://spectrumnews.org/opinion/focus-on-autism-must-broaden-to-include-non-binary-genders/.
2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter
Focusing on the intersection between learning difficulties and giftedness, the newsletter provides information and resources to help twice-exceptional children succeed.
- "Autistic, Gifted, and Queer Youth: Support, Engage, Encourage", Issue 65, July/August 2014
Autism Spectrum News
A trusted source of science-based autism education, information, advocacy, and resources.
- "Integrating Special Interests and Passions for Successful Employment", page 29, April 2, 2014
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Various guest posts on autism, disability, education, gender, and sexuality-related blogs.
- "My Autistic Child Came Out To Me", The Parents Project, January 13, 2016
- "Review: The Categorical Universe of Candice Phee by Barry Jonsberg", Disability in Kidlit, April 28, 2015
- "Invisibly Autistic: Women and the Autism Services Crisis", Felicity House, April 21, 2015
- "Review: Anything But Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin", Disability in Kidlit, April 20, 2015
The Communicated Stereotype
Blog focusing on the intersection between culture and stereotypes, how communication maintains stereotypes, and consequences of stereotypes, run by Anastacia Kurylo, Ph.D.
- "Twitter Users' Mental Health Stereotypes", March 24, 2014
- "Twitter Users' Mental Health Stereotypes of Schizophrenia and Schizoid Personality Disorder", March 17, 2014
- "Twitter Users' Mental Health Stereotypes of Depression", February 24, 2014
- "Fashion Doll's Legs Echo Unhealthy Image Stereotype", February 3, 2014
- "Santa Woes and Stereotypes in the Media", December 16, 2013
- " 'Educational' Activity Books Teach Gender Stereotypes", September 2013
Thinking Person's Guide to Autism
Autism advocacy, education, and news resource of carefully curated, evidence-based information from autism parents, autistics, and autism professionals.
- "Keep the Season Bright (Despite Being Light Sensitive)", December 20, 2013
- "Towards Acceptance", April 2013