Call for Therian Writings
We are looking for essays from therians to be included in a publication, tentatively titled Under the Skin: Therian Community Voices. The goal of this project is to compile written works by therians or animalistic otherkin which describe their experiences with therianthropy/animality.
If you have essays, stories, or poetry about your animality, or on topics such as shifting, phantom limbs, discovering your theriotype, species dysphoria, or anything else pertaining to your therianthropy, please consider submitting them for this publication.
Nominations are also welcome if there is an essay or poem written by someone else which you would like to suggest to us to potentially include in this work.
o The topic of the work must pertain to therianthropy or experiences of animality from therians and otherkin.
o The work should be creative and original; consider what makes this experience unique to you, as we want to share a wide variety of experiences and voices.
o The work must be completed to a relatively polished degree. Please check for grammar, spelling and continuity. If you have a learning difference or if English is not your first language, or if for any other reason you need assistance bringing your writing to a higher level of craft, contact us - we can help.
o Works of up to 5,000 words in length will be accepted.
o The author must be available to be contacted for copy-editing.
o You may submit as many works as you wish; however, only two pieces per person will be selected for inclusion.
o Please list an author name you would like to go by for your accepted submissions.
o The deadline for submissions is July 15, 2013.
To submit your work or someone else’s, or to ask any questions about this project, please email it to <!-- e --><a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a><!-- e -->, or post to the “Under the Skin” subforum in the “Werelist Media Center” section of the Werelist forums, making a new thread for each submission.
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