On the 3rd of March 2021, Sarah Everard disappeared from a street in South London. Over a week later, her death was confirmed. The circumstances around Sarah’s tragic death have struck a chord with women all over the world, bringing issues of everyday safety which women have been aware of for years into the mainstream discourse.
We want to try and do everything we possibly can to support the freedom and safety of women around the world, which is why we’ll be releasing a special publication to raise money to support a small number of charities doing amazing work. This publication will only include works we’ve published previously by writers who identify as female, and all works included deal with themes of consent, the body, abuse, empathy, and healing.
The three charities we've chosen to raise money for are Rosa UK, Women's Aid UK, and Write Girl, and can confirm that 100% of all profits raised will be donated to these charities, shared equally (or as equally as possible) between the three.
- Meet Me When Your Hair Is Shorter by Courtney Kerrigan-Bates
- The Hypnotists by Genevieve Jagger
- Rep by Gwenda Major
- Late Bloomer by Shelby Crane
- The Long Hop by Rebecca Lawn
- After They Fall Asleep by C. E. Aylett
- Matches by Debbie Hudson
- The Good Mother by Amy Barnes
- Mrs Brown’s Spell by Ola Mustapha
- Root Rot by Melissa Martini
- Family Portrait by Lisa Deane
- Anatomy of a Home by Zoë Wells
- Plaid by Lindz McLeod
- Willow by Linda McMullen
- How Are You? by Amy Stewart
- For Your Own Good by Lina Carr
- Ode to a Dream Catcher by Makaila Aarin
- At Your Earliest Convenience by Remy Maisel
All artwork featured in the issue was created by Taliha Quadri