07 April 2011

Call for Stories/ Poems/ Essays: "Intersextions" Issue of Yemaya Interdisciplinary Women's Journal

Post date: 07 April 2011
Deadline: 6 June 2011

Yemaya is Sydney University Law Society’s annual interdisciplinary Women’s journal. Yemaya encompasses a diverse range of works that communicate the talent, ideas, and experiences of women worldwide.

This year the editors are pleased to invite contributions on the theme: “INTERSEXTIONS”

Contributors from all backgrounds (not necessarily law) are encouraged to explore this topic critically, touching upon the diverse and changing experiences of women in respect of the legal system, the legal profession or any other locus of public or personal life.

Submissions can be essays, short stories, interviews, book reviews, original artworks, poetry or any other creative format. Please send expressions of interest (optional) by Friday 22 April to women@suls.org.au; final submissions due Monday 6 June.

Written submissions should be up to 2,000 words and images should be of minimum 300 dpi resolution.

In 2011 Yemaya will be launched at Mallesons Stephen Jaques by The Honourable Justice R S McColl AO of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales. Prizes will be awarded at the launch for best submissions.

More information here.
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