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The storytelling website Eat, Darling, Eat is searching for mother-daughter essays about COVID-19 experiences.

"Has 'social distancing' affected your previous mother/daughter relationship? Are you teaching an older mom how to Zoom or Skype? Have you gotten new maternal advice? How are you coping? Let us know about your challenges and solutions,” say editors Aimee Lee Ball and Steve Baum.

“Humor is always welcome, especially at this time when we want to provide an extra measure of fellowship, respite and entertainment.”

Submit here.

Kathy Klaus is inviting women to submit short pieces of up to 300 words as well as one piece of advice to your younger self or a young friend for Wild Ride, a proposed book to be published in affiliation with the Association of Applied Therapeutic Humor. For more details, read her invitation and submission form.

“I’m inviting women of all ages to share a moment from your own wild ride about any stage or event of your life,” she writes. “Your story might be one that is often gleefully retold at family dinners, one of travel that became an amazing adventure, or a less-than-ideal situation that required all of your ingenuity to transform it into success."

Submissions are due by Dec. 15, 2020.

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