There are still a couple more weeks to submit your transformational stories, poems and experiences with TLA to Chrysalis: A Journal of Transformative Language Arts.
Chrysalis was founded in 2014 as the official journal of the Transformative Language Arts (TLA) Network, thanks to the efforts of founding editor Amber Ellis and other volunteers. The editorial collective now consists of Iris Madelyn, Roy Ringel, Melissa Rose, and Barbara Burt.
Here is your opportunity to build and expand that community by breaking the silences within with the beauty of your words, and by honoring each person around you with the power of your words so that together (whether as reader or writer or both) we become the change we all seek in the world.
We invite you to submit material that challenges, inspires, educates, and guides us to grow the community of Transformative Language Artists:
- Creative writing, audio and video products (poems, short stories, essays, etc.) accompanied by a short reflective paper regarding the process of writing the piece and its relevance to the transformation of the author and/or the author’s community.
- Narrative accounts of TLA projects in action in communities, or experiences practicing TLA alone and with others.
- Critical writing related to the power of words, including qualitative and/or quantitative studies, and other related investigations of TLA scholarship.
Submissions are open until February 1st, 2018
We look forward to reading your work!