artist and writer Sonia Boue holds up a vintage typewriter.

Writing about

Neurodivergence  and Art

Sonia Boué is a writer and blogger who has published extensively online across many platforms in both the UK and the US.




• Neurodiversity and the arts (as a reviewer and critic, seeking to develop a wider understanding of neurodivergent practice).

• Arts funding and barriers to neurodivergent people in the arts.

• Designing and evaluating neurodivergent projects.


Sonia publishes on her own blog The Other Side, several blogs on the A-N platform, has an author's page at Disability Arts Online and has published with Disability Studies Quarterly.


Evaluation document for the ACE funded neuro-inclusive NUNO Project ( open sourced and shared as a resource for the TATE disABILITY Network). 

Catalogue essays for the Shadowlight Artists RISING and LUMINOUS projects.


Guest blog  Project ArtWorks website in 2020.   

Photo essay Sherlock - The Three Pipe Problem in Ought: The Journal of Autistic Culture Volume 2, Issue 2 (2021)

Under My Skin A sensory reflection on the exhibition Sonia Boyce, In the Castle of My Skin by Sonia Boué (2021) MIMA (Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art)

The Big Anxiety - Taking Care of Mental Health in Times of Crisis,  Part IX: Lived Experience, Activism And Survival, Chapter 19. Being Together In A Neurodiverse World: Exploring Empathy And Othering With Project Art Works, Kate Adams, Sonia Boué, Chloe Watfern (2022) Bloomsbury

Am I Autistic? New, free resource to guide people in understanding their pre diagnosed autism (2022) BOM (Birmingham Open Media)