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Want to be a part of “Nothing But Red”? Have a comment about something? Interested in joining our discussion group?

For general inquiries: Skyla at SkylaDawnCameron@yahoo.ca

For submission questions: Samantha at samantha116@tampabay.rr.com

For public relations: Nick at nothingbutredbook@gmail.com

12 Responses to Contact

  1. Hi. I manage the website for the International Campaign Against Honour Killings, and work for the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation. I’m a good friend of Houzan Mahmoud from OWFI who started the petition you have linked in your sidebar and chaired Amnesty’s recent seminar on Du’a. What can we do now? What help do you want?

    Jo

  2. Hope Lowry says:

    Hi. I’m a college student and unaffiliated with any organization, but I want to help. What can I do, besides spread the word?

  3. Kim Bea says:

    Hi. I’m interested in helping with this anthology. Do you need any proofreading? Anything else a busy grad student can do?

  4. Thank you for this site, which continues to highlight the tragedy of honor killings. I am a young woman working as a professional editor. I have graduate qualfications in social development in an international context. Would be happy to donate my time to assist in the editing of the anthology, if needed. Am also interested in contributing. Please let me know if I can be of any help.

  5. I HAVE A FEW POEMS THAT I HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT THE PLIGHT OF WOMEN IN AND OUT OF RELATIONSHIPS WITH MEN. I WAS A BATTERED WOMEN.
    I STUDIED WRITING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.
    I AM RETIRED NOW.
    I WORKED AS A LIBRARIAN FOR CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
    I AM ALMOST 70 YEARS OLD.
    I WAS PUBLISHED IN A COUPLE OF COMPILATIONS. NOTHING OF GREAT STATURE,
    HOWEVER, THE STORY OF THE HONOR KILLING MADE SOMETHING INSIDE ME RISE UP AGAIN. I FELT THE NEED TO DO SOMETHING, ANYTHING FOR THE BEAUTIFUL AND INNOCENT GIRL.
    I FELT THE PASSION TO WRITE AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

  6. tovorinok says:

    Hello

    Great book. I just want to say what a fantastic thing you are doing! Good luck!

    G’night

  7. Ellen R. Sheeley says:

    If anyone wants to understand more about “honor” killings, I just wrote a book about them entitled “Reclaiming Honor in Jordan” which was published in March 2007 and is available on the American version of Amazon.com:

    http://www.amazon.com/Reclaiming-Honor-Jordan-National-Killings/dp/9957860704/ref=sr_1_1/105-8609976-5335610?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1183146246&sr=1-1

    All proceeds from the book are going toward defraying expenses associated with gathering the data included in it and producing it.

  8. Doa's friend says:

    A special memorial site has been set specifically for Doa who represents all of our honor victims, go to http://doa-aswad.memory-of.com and on the left insert “Aswad” where it asks for whose site and Doa’s will come up. Feel free to light a candle for Doa or leave a message. Doa’s friend……….

  9. shafinaaz says:

    Hi

    I have recently published a book called “Daughters are Diamonds: Honour, Shame & Seclusion- A South African Perspective”. The manuscript for the book was inspired by my MA thesis in Social Science and looks at Honor Killings as case study while suggesting (and finding) that psychological forms of stigma and social control mechanisms in the name of honor do much to limit women’s autonomy, making for grossly negative implications in the way that women may conduct their lives and decision-making capacity. I would love to contribute in any way that I can as I am indeed passionate about women’s rights and obligations as fully reflexive beings.

    http://daughtersarediamonds.blogspot.com

  10. Doa's friend says:

    I just read an article that said Doa Aswad’s stoning will soon be forgotten, she is nothing more than another “honor killing” statistic and that the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organization as well as Amnesty International is losing their battle against fighting honor killings. Please, EVERYONE, do not let this happen, do not give up, don’t forget Doa Aswad or any of the victims of this horrendous crime. Write as many letters to as many people in Kurdistan as well as the Governors and Congressmen of your state, implore them to put stipulations on any money or business going to Iraq, no dealings until these murderers are apprehended and punished to the fullest extent of the law, they can do this, they must do this and most of all, never forget what happened to Doa and all the other Doa’s out there! http://doa-aswad.memory-of.com/

  11. Aso Rasheed says:

    I’m a college student studying graphic design. I’m currently a web designer, I do freelance projects. I would love to help out in any way I can. Besides spreading the word about Nothing But Red, what else can I do please?

  12. GIna says:

    never thought how much i would hate what i’ve been born into but the day dua was stoned everything i thought was pure and proud to be part of faited away. Thats when i did
    what dua did and ran free to and now i want to do something about this anything i am that
    religion and i know everything about it i lived it. please just give me something to start with.. i want to change this i have to.

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