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Recovery is many things. In collaboration with students at UBC, we are collecting submissions for a zine we are compiling about eating disorder recovery. Submit your poems, photography, art pieces or more and participate in a published zine that shares your story - however that looks to you.
We welcome submissions from anyone in the SFU community who has been impacted. Our goal is to offer a space for sharing and creativity with hopes to spread feelings of comfort, compassion, and community.
The publication will be available for download and printed for distribution in 2023. Multiple submissions are welcome.
The goal of this zine is to act as a place for folks to share journeys, to connect with what's meaningful to them, and to provide a sense of community and collectivity through art and creative expression.
- All submissions are kept confidential.
- We do require an SFU email address to verify submissions are from SFU. We also need an email to contact you in case there is an error with your submission.
- All submissions will be published anonymously unless requested otherwise upon sending.
Have any questions or wish to submit as a student from UBC? Email email@example.com
Support if you need it
Discussing or participating in this kind of activity can be triggering and can activate a person’s responses. If you are an SFU student and find yourself in this position, please reach out for support from our Access Case Managers during our hours of operation. You can also call our front desk and connect to any service provider for support including doctors and nurses: 778-782-4615.