Editor’s Letter: We Love Supporting Artists

It has been such a pleasure working with the varied and talented writers on this platform. This month includes exciting additions to our regular lineup. We are hopeful some of these new writers will join our regular columnists, and not just because it’s wonderful to showcase their work, but because we are excited to be compensating syndicated artists for work.

This platform is growing. We want you along for the ride.

I know, I know. I talk about being excited every editor’s letter. It’s just that it’s true. I *am* excited to be building what we are building. Especially as the voices address more diverse topics.

Why is this important?

Well, the world is diverse. We are representing relationships and mental health. There is no one type of love, no one type of illness, no one type of health. We want to reflect the diversity of human experience.

So, pitch us anything that on relationships, mental health and their intersections. Send full-fledged pieces or well-crafted ideas. If you don’t see yourself here, it’s even more important that you send us work. We want to see you. We want you seen.

Not sure how to submit? Read all about it here.

Already published? Find out how to get paid.

Wishing you joy and health in every area of life,


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Shawna Ayoub Ainslie

Shawna Ayoub Ainslie is a mental wellness advocate and writing coach in Bloomington, IN. She teaches writing through trauma for release and recovery to survivors and veterans through the Center for Creative Writing, Ivy Tech Community College, and Survive Your Story. Shawna is also The Relationship Blogger's Editor-in-Chief.

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