Audacity: Essays Poems Art on the Women’s March to Equal Rights


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Equal Rights for Women January 21 2020 is the third annual women’s march.

We’ve updated the title of this contest to help let you know better what we are looking for. This book inspired by the artwork and poetry of artist, The Art Studio of Gloria Heifner will be a collection of work about the journey to women’s rights. Educational, entertaining, informative, historical, present day. We want your story. Did you know the Equal Rights Amendment in the United States has never been ratified into law? Women do not have equal rights under the Constitution of the United States and in many countries around the world. Millions of women have spoken out on the journey to equality. Tell us about it!

“Do we have the audacity to demand the same rights and respect for every woman and young girl in our country and in the world?” Do you have a story, essay or artwork inspired by the global woman’s rights movement? What have you written? What have you shared? What is your message to the world? We are stronger together. Let’s keep putting the word out there for the world to hear! Let’s keep marching.
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Winners of our contest will receive publication in a book with the title “Audacity”, along with a free copy of the book. Winning work will also be featured in both soft cover and eBook editions. This book includes a page about each author — including a link to your author or artist page on our website.
This book will be available for purchase online in both softcover and eBook.

Guidelines for each entry: Include your author or artist bio (and any website or author page link in the letter portion of your submission along with a 50 word summary of your story, essay, poem or artwork.) All work must be original and submitted by the author.

How do we decide which work we select for the contest? They will be evaluated on how they fit the theme as well as creativity, quality & craftsmanship. No name or other identifying info must be included in your submission manuscript text, so that your work is read by our judges anonymously.

How many times can I submit? You may submit as many times as you like. Art and Poetry submissions are three pieces each submission

Photo Credit Molly Adams