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Single women join Tribe

Tribe is a Canadian print anthology, published by LP wordsolutions, ‘about the lives of older single women’. Writers must be ‘Women aged 55+ from anywhere in the world’, single by choice or circumstance and not currently in a permanent domestic relationship.

It welcomes submissions from ‘emerging and experienced writers’ of prose, poetry, prose poems, memoir, personal narrative, and fiction, on virtually any aspect of life. The writing may be ‘serious, humorous, self-reflective, dramatic’ but should examine the ‘condition of single life in modern times – your own experience and those of women you know, philosophical, sociological, analytical, revelatory…’

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