Johanna Gohmann

Johanna Gohmann has written for The New Yorker's Daily Shouts, The Cut, Jezebel, McSweeney's, and Bust. She can currently be found bumbling around Brooklyn with her husband and son.

Johanna Gohmann

Autism Awareness Month

Unclutter My Heart

The impossible task of getting rid of your kids' stuff.

Punch Line

The Power Of Being A Funny Girl

Maybe the best preparation for being a woman in our world is a finely-tuned sense of humor.

Merry & Bright

Holiday Advice For Parents Of Kids With Autism

Have yourself a merry little whatever works for your family.

Please Do Not Push

How My Neurodivergent Son Taught Me To Move Through Life In A Wholly Different Way

I’ve learned, and continue to learn, over and over, that the trip can either be led by love, or by fear.


The Pandemic Gave Me A Bad Case Of Witch Balls

Let me tell you a story of hypochondria.