Writing for us

Writing for Write and Resist! 

Thank you for deciding to Write and Resist! We welcome contributions on all aspects of transformative justice in any form: poetry, commentaries, book reviews, graphic blogs, and art work. Blog posts and all creative pieces should be submitted to our editorial team prior to publication. 

Style, Referencing and Licence

  1. Ideally written contributions should be between 800-2000 words, although this is flexible.
  2. Contributors can adopt a more creative and informal style. Please still ensure that you are using appropriate grammar and punctuation.
  3. Written posts should include an accompanying title with the name of the author underneath. Please include affiliations if applicable. 
  4. In terms of format, written posts should be justified. Please write in a standard font at least size 11.
  5. References: Contributors are not required to provide a bibliography. Please provide evidence or supporting references through hyperlinks on specific keywords.
  6.  All contributions are published under a Creative Commons Licence, unless you specifically request otherwise.

To submit your piece, or for any additional queries please email the team at Readandresist20@gmail.com

*CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS*

All accepted contributions will be added to our Write and Resist blog and the upcoming digital magazine: Read and Resist: The Issue 2021

Editors

Felicity (Flick) Adams @Felicity_A95 

Flick is a PhD Candidate and GTA in the School of Law, Keele University. Her research interests centre on incarceration, penal governance and criminalisation, transformative and community justice, and queer abolition, abolition feminism and critical race theory. 

Fabienne Emmerich @fabsicle

Fabienne is a lecturer at the School of Law, Keele University. Fabienne’s research interests are power, gender and resistance with a particular focus on incarceration, dialectic of reform/abolition, critical abolitionist approach to prison law and governance, transformative justice and alternative conflict resolution and feminist theory. 

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