Spoken Black Girl Publishing

Type Of Organization
Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
We’re dedicated to ending the stigma around mental health by empowering and educating Black women and women of color writers to tell their stories of joy, pain, growth, and transformation while bringing awareness to mental health in communities of color.

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Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Rowana Abbensetts-Dobson
Contact Title
CEO, Editor in Chief
Submissions Policy
Mental Health SBG seeks stories that illuminate pathways toward better mental health. Mental health personal essays, features on individuals and organizations involving women of color in the mental health field, mental health perspectives on pop culture and current events as well as tips for inspired living are welcome. Reflections The Reflections Section seeks personal, transparent essays about identity, life experiences, growth, healing, self-love, reclaiming life, and finding inspiration. Poetry SBG Poetry seeks works that express the breadth of being a woman of color in this world. Topics can include mental health, self-care, body awareness, hair, beauty, race, gender, sexuality, family, spirituality, health & healing, inspiring stories and tributes, unusual experiences, etc. Poems can be narrative, experimental, prose poetry, video poems, and visual poetry as well. Surprise us with your insight, your creative vision, your skill with language. Also, we are willing to work with emerging writers to polish their pieces and get them ready for publishing. How to Submit Send pitches or completed pieces to [email protected]. We also accept art, illustrations, and photography.
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