Join us!

Because we want to publish an anthology with very different voices and perspectives and believe that knowledge is created where as many minds as possible are put together, we are not only happy if other people are interested in this book project, but are also dependent on them. All the more we want to invite you to share your theoretical reflections, experiences and practical approaches to interpersonal violence in the context of this book. Whether poetry, illustration or painting, scientific article, short story, interview or essay, the format is entirely up to you. In addition, we also welcome tips on what should definitely be in the book. Don’t worry if you have an idea of what you would like to contribute to the project, but are still unsure about the realization: Because we want a collaborative project, you will not be alone with open questions. As a collective of editors, we want to and will be approachable on the one hand, and on the other hand create a framework in which all authors can network and exchange ideas. It is important to us to find a mode in which all the people involved can work with each other, if they want to.

Long story short: Write us an email if you are interested in a content-related and/or organizational collaboration and we will see together how this can work.

But also beyond the concrete collaboration you can participate and support us: Feel free to get in touch if you can provide us with a location, e.g. for an authors’ meeting, if you would print flyers or posters for us, if you have a social media account with reach or if you could imagine contributing anything else.

Last but not least, it is of course also possible to donate. We already do a lot of underpaid and unpaid work and will continue to offer many free events in the future. At the same time, we would be happy to pay the activists, authors, our friends, and the experts who speak in the book for the work they do. Therefore: Get us some money! Write applications, do fundraising events, empty your bank account, ask critical masculinity groups for contributions. We are looking forward to and about your creative support!