Monday, 3 March 2014

Women in STEM Anthology: Submissions Needed!

Ada Lovelace Day Anthology

Got a story about an engaging woman in engineering that you would like to tell the world about? Has a female engineer inspired you to pursue an engineering career? Do you have a fascinating story to tell about a group of female engineers that have changed the way we live? This is your chance to celebrate their achievements in the next collection of short stories by

Following on from the first anthology of stories about women in STEM A Passion for Science: Stories of Discovery and Invention the Finding Ada website is inviting you to submit your story ideas about women or groups of women in Science, Medicine, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Pioneering users of technology.

Submission Details:
They are looking for 250 words on the woman/women you would like to write about with an explanation of why they are notable along with a link to a sample of your writing.

Ultimately, they are looking for around 20 articles of between 2,000 and 6,000 words for the anthology, profits of which go towards supporting Ada Lovelace Day.

All submissions should be in by 21st March 2014.

This is an excellent opportunity to bring recognition to a woman or group of women that have been an inspiration to you or you feel need shouting about. The first book featured heavily on astronomers so this is your chance to fly the flag for women in engineering.

Further information along with how to submit your story can be accessed via the link below.

Women in STEM Anthology

Good luck!

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