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Our Anthologies

Are you interested in submitting a story to our anthology? Email us today!

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As of now, the following sections will be included in this anthology:

  • Struggles in the Support System (Community/Healthcare)

  • Struggles in the Support System (Personal Support)

  • Relationship Recovery

  • Financial Fallout

  • Moving forward

Stories of Women
who have lost a child.

The purpose of this anthology is to share stories of women from all backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and socioeconomic statuses who have lost a child.

 

We want to demonstrate both similarities in experiences and also grave differences in key things like availability of care, support systems (whether personal or societal), response to loss from family and friends, and more. Ultimately, we want to show that although we may not always want to discuss the loss and although some women may not feel encouraged to share our struggles, we are not alone in our grief. 

  Grief comes in many ways and no two losses are the same. It is not our purpose to compare this grief in any way. It is not our purpose to say whether any loss is “better” or “worse” than another--only to illuminate the difference in situations and struggles that accompany such terrible loss. We hope that by bringing to light the stories of struggles we may alleviate such disparities in the future.

Expected Release Date: TBA (Most likely 2022)
 

If you know someone who has a story to tell, but that woman does not have access to a computer, does not speak English, or is facing some other obstacle which may prevent her from telling her story, PLEASE EMAIL US! We want her story and we will do everything within our power to help tell it.

Leaving No One Out...

  The purpose of this anthology is to share stories of women (and all those who identify as such) with physical disabilities or impairments from all backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations. (Please note: While we want to encourage women with mental illnesses and disabilities to share their stories, it is our intention to create a separate anthology for these women.)

Expected Release Date: TBA (Most likely 2022)
 

If you know someone who has a story to tell, but that woman does not have access to a computer, does not speak English, or is facing some other obstacle which may prevent her from telling her story, PLEASE EMAIL US! We want her story and we will do everything within our power to help tell it.

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As of now, the following sections will be included in this anthology:

  • Struggles, Outdated Methods, and Lack of Understanding Within the Support System (Community/Healthcare)

  • Struggles in the Support System (Personal Support)

  • Relationships with Self and Relationships with Others

  • Financial Fallout

  • Daily Life

  • I Wish You Knew….

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What You Cannot See...

  The purpose of this anthology is to share stories of women (and all those who identify as such) from all backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations who struggle with mental illnesses, disabilities, and impairments. (Please note: While we want to encourage women with mental illnesses and disabilities to share their stories, it is our intention to create a separate anthology for these women.)

Expected Release Date: TBA (Most likely 2022)
 

If you know someone who has a story to tell, but that woman does not have access to a computer, does not speak English, or is facing some other obstacle which may prevent her from telling her story, PLEASE EMAIL US! We want her story and we will do everything within our power to help tell it.

The proceeds for each anthology will be donated to a charity relevant to each topic.
The charity chosen will be released prior to publication.


To submit an idea for a charity or organization please click here.