A Thousand Tiny Awakenings is a forthcoming anthology that explores the creative voice of those 18-30 years of age. A new generation with a desire to dismantle the restrictive systems that define the past, but not their future. A Thousand Tiny Awakenings will offer readers a glimpse into how a new generation perceives the world and how using their own power can shape the future.Editors Connor Lafortune, a recent graduate from Nipissing University, a citizen of Dokis First Nation and poet, and Lindsay Mayhew, a recent graduate from Laurentian University and poet, are seeking poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction and visual arts that explore the themes of breaking oppressive boundaries and structures.Submission Guidelines:All fiction/nonfiction submissions must be between 1000 and 6000 wordsCan submit up to 3 poemsPreferred file type: docxArtists can submit a maximum of 10 visual art pieces (jpg file)In your submission file, please include a separate title page with your preferred name, age, contact information (email, phone number or both), a short bio describing who you are and your publishing history, and the titles of all your included works.You do not need previous publications to be considered. We welcome simultaneous submissions; however, if your work is accepted elsewhere, please let us know by email immediately. Send all work in a single file to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line: Anthology Submission [your name]Deadline: September 30, 2023If your submission is accepted for publication, the author/artist will receive $200 honorarium and two copies of the anthology.