TFW on Break June 2014

May 15, 2014
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In the spirit of self-care and sustainability, The Feminist Wire Editorial Collective will be breaking for the month of June, beginning June 1st. We will be back in full force in July. Happily, our Arts and Culture column is scheduled throughout the summer, so you will be able to enjoy creative offerings every Wednesday.

Please note that you will still be able to read all previously published content on our site. And you will be able to upload your submissions through Submittable at any time. However, we will not be reviewing submissions until the last week of June. Publication of any accepted items will begin July 1st.

Thank you for your support.

The Feminist Wire Collective

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One Response to TFW on Break June 2014

  1. sharlimar on May 15, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    now this is work life balance. it is empowering to see women taking care of themselves. thumbs up!

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