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SPOTLIGHT ON FAMILIES: 500 word article of tips and techniques for living well with a person who has a vision impairment whether it's a spouse, parent or child.
LIFESTYLES: 500 word article on people with vision impairments fully participating in life and in their communities through such endeavors as volunteer work and travel.
Freelance articles on subjects now being staff-written are always welcome.
While we accept unsolicited manuscripts, we prefer e-mail queries. Include your last name and the query topic or the first three or four words of the article title in the subject line.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: When an article has been accepted for publication in an upcoming issue, the author will be notified usually by e-mail.
Only submissions accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope bearing sufficient postage will be returned upon rejection. LIVING WITH LOW VISION: 800-1000 word article on how to cope with various degrees of vision loss at home, at school, at work, and in the community.
E-mail queries and submissions are preferred, but if that proves impractical, our mailing address is: Blindskills, Inc., P. Writers are therefore advised to retain a copy of each submission.
We think we offer an unusual opportunity for writers.Include the issue date in which the article appeared.Please send a print copy of the publication in which the article is reprinted to Blindskills, Inc.CAREERS: 800-1000 word profile or essay of a successfully employed person who has a vision impairment that details educational accomplishments, work experiences, job search strategies and on the job how-to's.WORK MATTERS: 800-1000 word action oriented guide to preparing for a career, finding financially and personally rewarding employment and succeeding in the work world.