Are you a blind parent who just sent your kid off to college?
Nervous about being the blind mom at the playground?
Basking in your new role as grandparent?
Do you have a blind or visually impaired daughter who’s wondering if she’ll ever become a mother?
Then I want to hear from you. Blind Motherhood welcomes aspiring writers & bloggers!
Please become familiar with our website before submitting content. We also accept timely pieces in response to current events. If you are interested in writing for Blind Motherhood, please send an email to Holly Bonner: [email protected] with the following information:
- Your blog/ website URL. (If you don’t have one, that’ OK.)
- Your social media handles.
- A previously published or original piece of writing between 600-1200 words. (Send as an attached document in word.)
- A picture of yourself and short biography so we can link back to your site and help promote your work.
Blind Motherhood maintains the right to decide which articles it publishes. Your piece will be edited for grammar and/or sentence structure dependent on your submission. By submitting your article, you are verifying that Blind Motherhood has the right to publish your piece.
All articles will be posted on Blind Motherhood’s social media links. In addition, posts may be boosted on Facebook at our expense. Meaning we foot the bill and you get exposure.
Blind Motherhood is currently unable to pay writers. However, as our site grows, that may change.
For now, each contributor will be awarded a Blind Motherhood blogging badge. You can prominently display your badge on your own blog, letting readers know you are a featured contributor for Blind Motherhood.
Blind Motherhood tries to respond within two weeks of your submission. Due to the overwhelming number of requests per day, please make sure to follow the above guidelines. Writers who do not follow these steps “will not” receive a response.