We’ve updated our annual anthologies to include Voices 2021! If you haven’t already, you can check out the collection of the submissions here or click the image below.
We hope you enjoy this year’s anthology and that it can bring you some serotonin in these pandemic times!
If you missed your chance to submit for Voices 2021, have no fear! We’ve already started accepting submissions for Voices 2022! If you’d like to submit please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Voices 2022 Submission” and the following information:
Permission to Post on Voices Website
Permission to Publish in Zine
Permission to Post on Women’s Centre Social Media
We accept artwork, photography, poetry, short stories, and more! If you have a creation you’d like to share, send it in! We’d love to see your unique perspective through your art.
We prefer that you send images in 150dpi if possible to ensure the highest quality when creating the annual anthology.
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