Honoring Women: March Submissions Open



We have closed submissions for February. Thank you to those who sent us writing!!

The theme for March is Honoring Women to celebrate Women’s History Month.

We want to meet someone we haven’t heard of, or see a side of a woman that hasn’t been widely publicized.

What are you passionate about? Women’s equality? Show us someone who worked behind the scenes, pushing the movers and shakers to do their thing. Love science and technology? Introduce us to a small-town girl who made it big, like Nobel Prize big, and help us honor her accomplishments. What about women in the military? Women in education? Women in business? Women in art? Politics? Religion?

Click here for our guidelines. Can’t wait to see who comes to the party!


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Tammy Perlmutter

Writer at Raggle-Taggle
Tammy Perlmutter writes about unabridged life, fragmented faith, and investing in the mess. She is founder and curator of The Mudroom and co-founder of Deeply Rooted., a biannual worship and teaching gathering for women. Tammy is a member of Redbud Writers Guild; writing blog posts, personal essays, flash memoir, poetry, and even preaching sometimes. She's an urban beekeeper and lives in an intentional Christian community in Chicago with her husband, Mike, and daughter, Phoenix.
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  • Tammy, Can I ask you some technical questions on here. Might be helpful for all of us submitting pieces for consideration. 1) I didn’t see an email on the submission form where I could send a photo. Does that come after a piece is selected and we are contacted? 2) I submitted a piece early in February about women to be considered for March. Should we label submissions as such or do you select the best spot for potential pieces? 3) How long should we wait with no response before publishing our piece elsewhere? Thanks 🙂

    • Thank you for your questions, Traci! I appreciate you asking them as it gives us direction and lets us know if we’ve overlooked something. Let me work through your questions and I will get back to you soon.