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From the Waist Down: the body in healthcare

Papeachu Review — CURRENTLY ON HOLD! BE BACK SOON!

Papeachu Review is our bi-annual print anthology of poetry, short fiction, essays, artwork, photography, and comics, all created by women and non-binary artists from around the world.  

Submissions for the FOURTH issue are open February 1st to March 31st! Theme for Issue Four is Real Magic. Please create based on an interpretation of that theme.

To submit, email us at papeachupress@gmail.com with subject line as Review Submission, and a few other things: 

     — a short bio paragraph including your name, pronouns, any links to your work, and a brief description of yourself as a creator

     — individual attachments for each submission (submit as many as you'd like) and NO google docs!

Please note, this is a collection solely for the purpose of sharing the creations of women and non-binary folks. If you do not identify as such, don't submit. 

Manuscript Submissions

We are currently looking to publish a full-length collection of short stories, artwork, or essays/non-fiction.

 

If you think your work would be a good fit for Papeachu, send us an email with either your full or partial manuscript, a brief description of your work, and a bio paragraph to let us get to know you better. 

Please note that we are a little publisher and only release five to six books a year, and are currently looking for work for our 2021 calendar. 

Unacceptables

We do not accept any of the following: 

     work that is racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, fatphobic, xenophobic, or                         otherwise hateful or hurtful

                                

     

From the Waist Down is a single-issue collection of nonfiction and poetry centered around stories of abortion, reproductive healthcare, and intimate medical experiences. We are looking for personal stories only, meaning works that speak to an interaction that the author experienced themselves. We can't do anything about the conservative coup on bodily autonomy, but we can publish a book to make voices heard, so help us by sharing your vulnerable stories, positive or negative, of the body within healthcare.

Guidelines: 

-Nonfiction: 1 piece can be accepted; no longer than 2,000 words per piece

-Poetry: 1-3 poems can be accepted; no longer than 2 pages per piece

-We do NOT edit for grammar for a number of reasons, so submit it to us in final form!

-DEADLINE: January 31st!

To submit, email us at papeachupress@gmail.com with the subject line as "From the Waist Down," and a few other things: 

— a short bio paragraph including your name, pronouns, any links to your work, and a brief description of yourself as a creator

— individual attachments for each submission (submit as many as you'd like) and NO google docs!

Please note, this is a collection solely for the purpose of sharing the creations of women and non-binary folks. If you do not identify as such, don't submit.