Let’s get neuro-curious.
The ZIG/ZAG Project exists to encourage curiosity, creativity, and connection around the idea of neurodiversity.
The ZIG/ZAG Project was set up in 2022 by neurodivergent writer Liz Bell, as a place to gather and connect ideas about what it means to ‘think differently’ in a world set up for a neurotypical majority.
From this starting point, a broader vision has emerged. By building collaborative, mutually supportive partnerships with people and organisations from across the non-profit and public sectors, we are now helping to imagine, co-create, and advocate for a more neuro-inclusive society.
We regularly publish essays and blog posts about neurodiversity – including how it can be used to promote rights, recognition, and respect for people who think differently.
If you would like to discuss any potential collaborations, or if you want to re-use any of the content on this site, please drop us a message via the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Founder and editor The ZIG/ZAG Project
Liz is a freelance writer with an academic and professional background in science communication and third sector copywriting/editing, alongside an emerging creative writing practice.
She writes essays, features, and poetry on themes such as identity, oppression, and social justice, including in her role as a Public Voices Fellow with The OpEd Project in partnership with international women’s rights organisation Equality Now.