Women’s Perspectives: Women in the Time of COVID CALL FOR WRITING AND ART WORK - Deadline: March 30, 2021
Women’s Perspectives #16: Women in the Time of COVID
This issue will showcase original writing and artwork by adult literacy/basic education students across all levels. Student writers and artists are encouraged to reflect and to share ideas on the theme: How are you surviving? How are the women around you striving?
********** Why participate? Students’ writing and artwork are published for an international audience via our website.
All students who send writing or artwork receive a certificate of participation. The Women’s Perspectives Selection Committee does not edit the writings we receive (though we may make corrections of simple typos).Writers must send finished work.
All writing forms accepted: stories: personal / creative / memoir Poems Essays: opinion / personal / journalistic / advice Class and group-created writing or artwork also accepted! Criteria for Selection: Originality, creativity, clarity, and relevance to the theme.
The DEADLINE to send material is March 30, 2021 Email your work to firstname.lastname@example.org Your submission must include your name and the name of your program. You must also complete aStudent Information Formfor your work to be considered for publication.
****** WRITING PROMPTS These are just some ideas to get you started; write about anything related to the current situation that you feel comfortable sharing: Write about a person/project/problem that the Covid-19 crisis has made you feel differently about Write about the last thing you remember doing before you had to “shelter in place” What have you learned for yourself about what keeps you healthy? Write a poem about a shared joy or happiness you experienced (perhaps unexpectedly) Write a thank-you note to someone who has done something that has been helpful to you during this time