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Yemaya: Call for Submissions

05 April 2010
Yemaya: Call for Submissions
Interested in writing? Got a flair for photography? Keen to see your artwork published? Consider making a submission to Yemaya.

Yemaya is SULS’ annual women’s journal. Now in its sixth year, Yemaya encompasses a diverse range of works that communicate the talent, ideas, and experiences of women worldwide. Submissions can include essays, opinion pieces, short stories, poetry, interviews, photography, book reviews and original artworks.

This year, Yemaya will feature a special themed section, ‘Communities’. We encourage contributors to explore this topic creatively, touching upon the experiences of women locally and/or globally. Contributors are also invited to submit works to the non-themed section, on a topic of their choice. We welcome contributions from all disciplines, and from both within and outside the student community.

For written submissions: Please send an expression of interest to women@suls.org.au by Monday 26 April. The submission should outline your idea, the form of your submission and an estimated word length (up to 2000 words). Final submissions will be due on Wednesday 19 May.

For non-written submissions (eg. photography, artwork): Please send your submissions to women@suls.org.au by Monday 26 April. Photographs must be of a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Yemaya will be launched by Catherine Branson QC, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission and a former judge of the Federal Court. Prizes will be awarded for the best submissions.

(More information HERE.)
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