• Short essays (3-6 pages max, double spaced, with bracket citations and bibliography)

  • Poetry

  • Art and Photography

  • Creative Non-Fiction and Personal Reflections (1-2 pages max.) 

  • Reports on grassroots activism (1-3 pages max.)  

  • Fiction (1-3 pages max.) 



  • Solidarity and intersectionality

  • Intersectional feminist activism

  • International feminist networks

  • Digital feminisms

  • Feminist poetry, art, comedy

  • LGBTQ+ feminism

  • Trans-feminism

  • Sex work and feminism

  • Environmental feminism

  • Mental health and feminism

  • Neuro-psychology and feminism

  • Immigration and refugees

  • Leadership

  • Education (teaching and learning)

  • Grassroots activism


LANGUAGE: Language makes experience visible through new feminist vocabulary (mansplaining, gas-lighting, white-splaining, cis-splaining). It exposes the power-imbalances, as well as conscious and subconscious practices of devaluing experience. We welcome inclusivity and language equity. The collection will be published in English. Poetry and lyrics in languages other than English will be published with side-by-side English translations for wider accessibility. 


BIBLIOGRAPHY: Please include a list of suggested readings (books about social justice and intersectional feminism that inspire you).

SUBMISSIONS: Please email your submission as a WORD DOCUMENT to Kat Sark at with the subject line: Anthology on Social Justice.

LAUNCH: Future volumes will be launched annually on International Women's Day on March 8th. 


© 2018 Social Justice Anthology. Created and edited by K. Sark with

We acknowledge and respect the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples on whose traditional territory the University of Victoria stands and whose relationships with the land continue to this day.

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