We all have them—stories about love, relationships, sex, #realfeels—and, yes, tadhana.
Inquirer.net accepts honest and well-written essays on the many facets of love—friendships, relationships, family ties. The essays can be about joys and pains, wins and losses, struggles and triumphs, beginnings and endings, and all the in-betweens.
Selected essays will be published in the Love. Life. column of Inquirer.net. Send them to email@example.com.
Like love itself, the column has rules:
The essay should be at least 2,000 characters long. Essays should be submitted as aWord document attached to the email. Subject should be written as: “Love. Life: (Title of essay).”
In your contribution, please indicate name, age, occupation, address, contact number and social media accounts (optional).
Include a short description of yourself at the end of your essay.
Only unpublished works (in print and online) will be accepted.
More info here.