Category Archives: Submissions

We are getting there…

Two years and four months after the idea was first born for this anthology I am delighted to announce that we have entered the last leg of the journey. Here is our update: We received over 160 submissions from TCKs … Continue reading

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Another sponsor for The Worlds Within TCK anthology

I am overjoyed. Our second sponsor in a little over a week has popped up in my inbox. Thank you, THANK YOU, to Julia Simens, author of Emotional Resilience and the Expat Child at Jsimens.com. Julia has generously agreed to … Continue reading

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A beautiful piece of artwork for our collection

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Another sample, of writing this time

This piece came from a 13-year-old, whose parents are from New Zealand but who grew up in China… There is a story my mother loves to tell. I don’t know why she likes to tell it because it makes her … Continue reading

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Another sample of a great submission to the anthology

And here, below, is an entry from our youngest contributor, a four-and-a-half-year-old with British Canadian parents living in Singapore. It is poignantly called…   Dragon with Airplane

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Sample submission from a 16-year-old

As you know, entries for The Worlds Within anthology have to have been written or drawn before you were 27 but it does not matter how old you are now. Remember, entries close at the end of March 2014… What … Continue reading

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Our reach is spreading

Eva and Jo are reaching out to schools, parents, networks and consultants involved with young people living overseas. The further we have reached, the more people have found out about the project and the more support we have received. Today, … Continue reading

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