Calling all passionate and creative writers!

We are proud to announce an exciting new anthology with the theme of “Lost Voices of Women” across time, geography and culture.

This anthology will highlight the stories and experiences of women that remain silent or forgotten throughout history. We want to magnify the lives of those resilient women who bravely pursued their passions: artists painting with pigments of light, musicians crafting songs of joy and sorrow, scientists daring to unlock the secrets of nature, saints standing in solidarity with the oppressed, writers with an insightful pen and those who shaped the origins of folk traditions still shared today.

This anthology will bring together a combination of writings to create a dynamic, multi-layered collection of stories and experiences of women who have risen above the margins, yet whose voices remain unheard.

We want to hear your stories. They could be fiction or biography.

Submission requirements are outlined below.

  • Word limit: 1500 words, Times New Roman, double-spaced, .docx format
  • Submit to: [email protected]
  • Deadline: 28th August 2023
  • Successful submissions will be notified via email.

Good luck!
Uma and Adelaide

Uma Srinivasan is a historical novelist, a graduate of the Australian Writers’ Centre, an Associate Member of Australian Society of Authors and a Member of Writing NSW. Her stories feature strong talented women from South India when Europe’s gaze was set on India.

Adelaide Hunter is a writer of fiction, a member of the Write on Water group, an Associate Member of the Australian Society of Authors, a Member of Writing NSW and part of the Self-Publishing Australia community. She is published in the anthology Weaving Words by the Women about Women collective.