About Gifted Culture Kids


Gifted kids regularly struggle to make sense of what it means to be different- “Is something wrong with me?”, “Where do I fit-in?”, “Why don’t other people get me?”  And we, the passionate adults in the lives of these kids often struggle to find the right words, ideas, and stories that not only provide the information, but also the real-world skills they need to successfully navigate a neurotypical world. Enter Gifted Culture Kidsa story and activity-based publication that takes difficult experiences of difference and transforms them into insight and courage. It takes existential questions of fitting-in and turns them into true evidence of belonging. And it takes the language of misunderstanding and misjudgment and translates it into resilience.

Coming in Spring of 2018, Gifted Culture Kids (GCK) will feature stories about giftedness as kids experience it in the real world, information and insights from subject-matter experts in the field of giftedness, and empowering messages of hope and encouragement that kids can take with them into their daily lives.


How you can participate



We’re looking for gifted kids and a parent/guardian that are interested in test-driving each issue and in contributing a story and/or artwork. GCK is about more than just information- it’s about connecting gifted kids (ages 6-16) with a tribe of their peers… that’s you! If you and your gifted child(ren) are interested in participating, simply use our contact form and tell us a little bit about you and your kids, including contact information.


If you’re a teacher, psychologist, advocate, or other service provider that would like to lend your insights and expertise, we’d love to consider you for our Brain(y) Trust! It’s basically a small group of passionate experts in the gifted field that can help inform each issue of GCK. We’ve setup a simple process for you to contribute significantly in a short amount of time. To learn more, use our contact form to tell us a little about yourself and let us know you’re interested in contributing!

And if you’d like to receive news as soon as the first issue is available, please join our mailing list! You’ll get updates and be first to find-out when we launch the first issue.