Deadline: February 23
Release: March 21
The Missing Jesus by Neta Harris
A Lingering Vision by Henry Heitmann
After the Hunt by Gwyndolyn Neuwirth
An April Night by Vanessa Rowan Whitfield
At the Edge of the Earth by Kara Thompson
Bleeding Heart by Kesi Augustine
Bounced from Bunco by Nicole Tichon
Customs by Nancy T. McGlasson
Drama Queen by McKenzie Moser
Headline: Rival Gangs' Mothers Unite for Peace by Juley Harvey
How I Survived a Night with a Serial Killer by A. C. Bosco
How May Cracked Open the Universe by India Choquette
January 1 by Suzanne J Chick
Officer of Adaptation to Climate Change by Dean Gessie
Ornithology by Janet Hilliard-Osborn
Questions by Rachel Weaver
Revival by Kathleen Gerard
Shedding Skin by Erica Tolin
The Girl They Gave to Winter by Tina Blade
Truth or Consequences by Samantha Beaty
Woman Off the Grid by Sandy Lender
We are looking for empowering stories with female main characters (written by men or women) that celebrate the Wild Woman archetype: women who are the heroines of their own lives.
Rebellious, subversive, and untamed; maidens, mothers, and crones; Holy women, healers, explorers, artists, and teachers: the Wild Woman takes on many, many forms because every woman is different, and every woman is wild at heart.
We want stories about finding the wild, experiencing the wild, being the wild.
These can be fiction, nonfiction, or poetry—as usual, if it tells a story, it fits!
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Stories let us empower others.