Seeking Submissions Discussing Women’s Issues throughout Women’s History Month

March brings with it Women’s History Month, as well as the launching of our Indigogo campaign to raise the funds that will allow us to produce our short film LEAVE.

And, not coincidentally, both Women’s History Month and our film LEAVE share the goal of highlighting and raising awareness of the many valuable contributions women have made and continue to make to societies all throughout the world.

In my effort to celebrate and support both Women’s History Month and the funding of our short film LEAVE, I am asking you to share your creative efforts here — either as an anecdote, a very short story, a poem, a photograph, or artwork — that seeks to raise awareness of women’s issues…

Because we all know that women’s issues are everyone’s issues.

To augment these Guest Contributions I hope and expect to receive, I will be sharing past submissions from our Relating to Humans Women’s Issues archive.

Even though I haven’t been promoting it lately because I’ve been so involved with other projects, the Relating to Humans feature is still very much a thing here and I encourage you to check it out and consider submitting your work to any/all of the issue features.

All submissions I receive for Women’s History Month will be published on the blog and on the Women’s Issues feature page.

So, if you have something to say that raises the awareness of women’s issues, please consider sharing it here. To submit your work, please follow the Submission Guidelines found on the Relating to Humans page.

And also, please consider supporting us in our efforts to produce LEAVE, a short film that seeks to both entertain and inspire discussion for positive change.


This article has been updated to reflect the change in submission guidance. This will allow all articles to go live on the Women’s Issues feature page immediately and will provide links back to the author’s website, versus submitting them through the Contact page and having to wait for me to publish them.

 
 

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10 Replies to “Seeking Submissions Discussing Women’s Issues throughout Women’s History Month”

    1. Hi there, KCB. Thanks so much. It’s easy enough for me to fix the pictures; however, I’d like to keep the submissions to around 500 words and both of yours are coming in at around 1500 each – one a little more and one a little less. It’s easy to miss the word count request but it’s on the page and in the submission guidelines. Please either rework them down some or submit shorter works. I didn’t control this much before and it made for some very long reading which makes it hard for other submissions to be read, as is evidenced by the long reads in the archives. I hope this isn’t a problem. Because your writing is very interesting and you have important things to say I would really love to share them here with my audience. I hope you understand. Let me know if you have any questions or feedback. Thanks!

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