Community Write

Submissions are Closed.

Our Story

The proverb for this blog since its conception has been ‘Life is Meant to be Shared.’ The journey onward has consisted of actualizing and incorporating it into the reader’s experience. How can we be vulnerable, transparent, and teachable? Community Write is our first attempt sharing works and voices other than my own, the first step to answering the call and question of our sacred value, is it healing? Open calls will be to anyone who shares in each monthly topic’s power and wants their voice to be heard anonymously or artistically. All submissions should be sent to missparisiab@gmail.com, as well as interest, questions, and more. There will be a selection process (since it’s just me) of three stories. If your story isn’t chosen, know you were the moment you opted for growth; I see your impact and honor your intent. Therefore, there is no real rejection of any story, just an organization of the time I have to help you tell it. Meaning, I will archive your submission, and when a new cycle emerges, give you first choice to be apart or to attend the next cycle.

Submissions are currently closed. Cycle 2 in session.

Septemeber I will be taking an intentional pause. Community Write will pick back up in October.


Life is Meant to be Shared.

Miss Parisia B.

Jessica A.

Loves dogs more than people.

Topics: Anxiety, OCD, Heartbreak, Letting go.

Cycle One: Remembering the Pain Read Story

Cycle Two: Family & Friends Accepting my Healing Read Story

Jalen S.

Jalen’s main priority is to be a disciple for Christ while learning what it means to be twenty in California, with convictions and life lessons. Singing, dancing, or bible study; anything to ignite his passion for learning.

Topics: Bipolar Depression, College Life, Testimony

Cycle Two: Family & Friends Accepting my Healing Read Story

Luke M.

A lifelong student with a focus on community building. Luke lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his cat Walter.

Topics: Queer Identity, Science of Loneliness, Community.

Cycle One: Remembering the Pain Read Story

Antoinette L.

Empath. Creator. Intellect.

Topics: Motherhood, Womanhood, Perception

Cycle Two: Family & Friends Accepting my Healing Read Story

Quinton S.

Topics: Advancement, Risk, Independence

Cycle Two: Family & Friends Accepting my Healing

Miriam M.

Daughter of Mother Earth, a travel, and animal lover.

Topics: Break-Up, Womanhood, LatinX, Identity

Cycle Two: Family & Friends Accepting my Healing Read Story

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