The Survivor Anthology Submissions Form
Please fill this out if you would like to submit to The Survivor Anthology (TSA). We are a social justice publication at Emory University dedicated to anonymously sharing the nonfiction & creative nonfiction stories, essays, poems, drawings, paintings, and other writing and art forms created by survivors of relationship abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and related acts of interpersonal violence in response to their individual experiences of healing. We also encourage and accept pieces from advocates, allies, and active bystanders who have dedicated their time and resources to helping survivors. Submissions must be from Emory community members, but they do not have to be about events that took place at Emory. Submissions also must be created in response to real lived events to maintain the publication's integrity. Our goal is to raise awareness and to provide a meaningful creative outlet. Please answer the questions on this brief survey and also send your piece(s) to emory.survivor.anthology@gmail.com. Please note that your submissions will be kept strictly confidential, and no identifying information of authors or other involved individuals will be published. We strive to accept all submissions dependent on available space in the anthology booklet, and submissions are accepted on a first come first served basis.

To see examples of past submissions in our first volume of works, please visit this page on our website: https://www.survivoranthology.org/volume-i.html. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at emory.survivor.anthology@gmail.com. Thank you!

**IMPORTANT NOTE: if you are a minor, or if your submission contains a disclosure that you actively intend to harm yourself or others, we are obligated to report your name to The Respect Program, Emory's center for interpersonal violence prevention & response. This is a university-wide policy to protect student safety and we must comply.**

SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: March 5th 2018 at 11:59 PM

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