Image: This is an image of Sara Luterman from the shoulders up. She is a white androgynous person with a brown buzz cut and thick-rimmed glasses. She is wearing a blue sweater. Behind her, there is a cubicle wall, a computer, a mug, and a cartoon drawing of her and her boyfriend smooching while wearing dinosaur costumes.
Contact Sara: sluterman at gmail.com
Sara Luterman is the founder and editor of NOS magazine, the first professional-quality news and culture commentary by and for members of the neurodiversity community. For the past two years, Sara worked as a communications professional at the Association for University Centers on Disabilities. Recently, she quit to try to make NOS Magazine everything she knows it can be. You can find her work outside NOS Magazine in The Guardian, The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism, and Slate.
Slate, December 2017: The Good Doctor’s Autistic Protagonist Is a Jerk, and That’s an Important Step Forward
Spectrum, October 2017: Divided autism community bonds over need to study sleep
The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism, May 2017: You are not your child
Sara is available as a source and for personal essays and opinion editorial
Additional communication availability: Text, chat, videoconference, in person
Languages: English (Fluent)