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Awe in Autism is about celebrating the many ways in which those on the spectrum have given us insight, inspired us, and opened our eyes to different ways of looking at the world. We invite you to explore the site, and to experience the Awe in Autism. The creative works in our gallery, and the people who share their stories here, focus on what is good, what is hopeful, and what is worth celebrating.

 

Straight On ‘Til Morning: Director/Playwright
Philip Dallmann

 

Barking Sycamores: Writer/Poet/Autism Self-Advocate Nicole Nicholson’s New Online Poetry Journal

STRAIGHT ON TILL AMreduced

The Artistic Director for Wild Rumpus Productions, Philip Dallmann recently scripted his own original play, Straight On ‘Til Morning. The fictional dramatization is a breakthrough for the autism community in its accurate – and delightful – portrayal of the main character. 

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Nicole has been writing her own poetry since age 12 and for the last several years has been recording her poems and blogging, giving readers and listeners keen insight into her mind. Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome as an adult after years of struggling to fit in to the world around her, she considers poetry her native language. 

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april = autism awareness.
it’s time to take it to the next level.

 

Call for Submissions

 

 

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“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say “It’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.” Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.” -Fred rogers

 

 

We welcome submissions from our site visitors, including those on the autism spectrum, parents, teachers, professionals in the field, or anyone who has insight with regard to autism. We feature creative works of all kinds, as well as essays. Please go to our Contact Us page for submission guidelines and additional information.

 

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