Passages submission

If you are interested in a short opportunity to write or create art, consider sending us something for the March issue, which weaves different ways people experience the world. Send a response to this question of up to 100 words or a visual to editor@womenspress.com. Deadline: Feb. 7.

The March question: "Tell us about a time you learned from a perspective different from your own."

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* 1. The March question: "Tell us about a time you learned from a perspective different from your own."

If you choose to be identified in print and online with your response, please fill out the following. Note that we will only use your name and city (and you can use pseudonym if you prefer). Your email address and phone number is collected only for the purpose of contacting you if your item is being published.

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* 2. If you choose to be identified in print and online with your response, please fill out the following. Note that we will only use your name and city (and you can use pseudonym if you prefer). Your email address and phone number is collected only for the purpose of contacting you if your item is being published.

If you choose to NOT be identified in print and online, please use this section. This information will allow us to contact you if your submission is being used and edited for clarity and space.

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* 3. If you choose to NOT be identified in print and online, please use this section. This information will allow us to contact you if your submission is being used and edited for clarity and space.

In the March issue, we also want personal experiences related to affordable/workforce housing ... mental health resources ... and other complex issues with no easy answers. We want different perspectives on solutions that work. We want to know which women are leading efforts in their communities across the state. Please share with me by writing to editor@womenspress.com or add your thoughts here.

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* 4. In the March issue, we also want personal experiences related to affordable/workforce housing ... mental health resources ... and other complex issues with no easy answers. We want different perspectives on solutions that work. We want to know which women are leading efforts in their communities across the state. Please share with me by writing to editor@womenspress.com or add your thoughts here.

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