Disabled Writers is a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, and journalists connect with disabled sources. Our goal is specifically to promote paid opportunities for multiply marginalized members of the disability community, and to encourage editors and journalists to think of disabled people for stories that stretch beyond disability issues. 

 

Rosemary Collins

Rosemary Collins

Image: Rosemary Collins, a young white woman with brown hair wearing a blue top and turquoise cardigan, sitting in a restaurant and smiling at the camera.

Contact Rosemary: rosemarycollinswriter at gmail.com

Rosemary Collins studied English Literature at the University of York and gained an NCTJ Multimedia Journalism Diploma at Manchester News Associates. She currently works at Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine. Her articles have been published in The New Statesman, DIVA and The Establishment, among other outlets. 

You can find Rosemary on Twitter @RosemaryC_24

Clips: 

The Mary Sue, January 2017: How Sherlock‘s Finale Let Down the People Who Loved the Show the Most

The Establishment, August 2016: Why I Wish I’d Been Diagnosed With Autism As A Child

Rosemary is available as a source, and for personal essays, opinion editorial, and reported features

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference

Languages: English (Fluent), Spanish (Basic), French (Basic)

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