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Naked Girls Reading – Literary Honors Contest!

Another great call for subs! The Naked Girls Reading series wants you!

Naked Girls Reading is once again having their Literary Honors Contest.

The Naked Girls want you to SUBMIT!

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Mary Journal is seeking submissions

"call for submissions"For those of you looking for places to share your work — found this in my inbox today and wanted to share it with you all!

Dear writers,

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The First Annual Pat Schneider Poetry Contest!

The First Annual

Pat Schneider Poetry Contest

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Three calls for submissions: Butch/Femme and BDSM writings!

Get that writing in, and pass the word!

1) Daddy’s Little Girl: Butch/Femme Erotica

2) Lesbian BDSM Erotica Anthology

3) Chorus: The Writing of Femmes, Butches and Transpeople


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Call for Papers – “Queer in the Clinic” (Special Issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities)

(pulled from the Lit-Med mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/lit-med?hl=en)

Special Issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities: "Queer in the Clinic"
Guest Editors: Lance Wahlert and Autumn Fiester

We invite the submission of abstracts for a special issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities, which will consider queer perspectives on and queer
experiences in the clinic. While all professionals and patients face dilemmas within the medical sphere, for LGBTQ individuals the stakes are
especially pronounced and complicated. According to critical theorists like Michel Foucault and others, the clinic is an intensely problematic space for
queers because many of their identities and categories were born there. While debatable, such a historical and scholastic legacy hangs heavy over
our readings and renderings of gay and trans persons in the medical realm. Stated succinctly: Historically having been born out of medical pathology,
how do queer persons understand and even reconcile their relationships to the clinic today?

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Call for Submissions – Laboring On: Testimony, Theory & Transgressions of Black Mothering in Academia

(please help pass the word!)

Demeter Press is seeking submissions for an edited collection on

Laboring On: Testimony, Theory & Transgressions of Black Mothering in Academia

Editors: Sekile Nzinga-Johnson & Karen Craddock

Pub Date: 2012/2013

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Call for submissions to 13th annual Artists Against Rape!

Passing the word — SFWAR is calling for submissions for their 13th annual Artists Against Rape!  Please share this info, and share your work/story/art: we need your voice!  xox! Jen


Call for Submissions

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reminder: Queering Sexual Violence submissions due 5/1!

(reposting — and please pass the word! –xox, Jen)

It is getting down to the last few days for submissions, however, I will accept them throughout the month of May. I have some people who needed extensions so I can wait a bit if you need one as well. Also, if you have a piece that has been published before that can be reused that you think might be perfect, please feel free to submit that as well! Hope to get a piece from you!!

Queering Sexual Violence

An anthology of LGBTQ writers, survivors and activists confronting heterosexual privilege and the gender binary system while creating a dialog about the limitations of the anti-sexual violence movement.

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“Shedding the Skin of Shame, Bearing Our Bodies’ Truths”

Call for Artists — Please Forward Widely!

“Shedding the Skin of Shame, Bearing Our Bodies’ Truths”
October 18th, 2008
This dynamic event features local poets, artists and activists, speaking out against sexual assault and offers a unique supportive space for expression and community building. We are seeking volunteers help to make this event happen. If you are interested in volunteering for the event, our first meeting will be in July 2008. Check website for updates on meeting times.

* To submit poetry, prose, flows, songs, and music, artists must send in a cassette or CD of their piece, along with a written copy of all words/lyrics. If work is received in written format only, the piece may not be considered for inclusion.
* Visual artists may submit work in the form of high-resolution (300dpi) digital images in the following formats: TIFF, JPEG, JPG.
* To submit dance pieces, please send a VHS, DVD or weblink of the entire piece.
* All performance pieces (i.e. poetry, dance, music/songs, dramatic sketches, etc.) must have a total running time of 5 minutes or less. The suggested length for performance pieces is 3-5 minutes.

Please include a short biography (300 words or less) and contact information with your submission. Pieces must be related to healing from and/or speaking out against violence, sexual violence and gender and/or sexual oppression. Due to space limitations, not all submissions may be accepted, and selection is at the discretion of the artistic committee. Performers will receive a modest stipend. All SUBMISSIONS due no later than AUGUST 15th. No exceptions!

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Call for submissions: Rain and Thunder

Here’re the details on a couple of upcoming issues of Rain and Thunder: A Journal of Feminist Discussion and Activism.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Rain and Thunder Collective
> Date: Tue May 13, 2008 4:47:56 PM US/Pacific
> To: rainandthunder@yahoo.com
> Subject: Rain and Thunder Call for Contributions
> Call for Contributions
> Take part and help spread the word! Write for Rain and Thunder!
> Issue #39: Body and Size Oppression
> Deadline: June 5, 2008
> What are radical feminist perspectives on body and size oppression?
> Body size and body image issues? How are these affected by our race,
> class, sexuality, etc? How does size and fat oppression impact and
> weaken our communities? What is the relationship we want to have with
> our bodies? How can we strategically resist and radically transform
> what society says about our bodies?
> Issue #40: 10-Year Anniversary Issue
> Deadline: September 1, 2008
> Send us your letters of congratulations & support as well as your
> words and thoughts: What has Rain and Thunder meant to you? How has
> the journal helped you thrive, inspired activism, and/or furthered
> your political process? What have been your favorite issues, themes,
> and articles? What would you like to see in the next 10 years of Rain
> and Thunder?
> Please take part and share your voice with Rain and Thunder!
> Contributions can be sent by mail to the:
> Rain and Thunder Collective
> PO Box 674
> Northampton, MA 01061
> rainandthunder@yahoo.com
> www.rainandthunder.org