Our publication wants to tell the stories of survivors of crime, who’ve lived beyond their ordeal, who’ve found love.
Our publication speaks to family-oriented women from middle-Australia, people to whom a story of love and crime can speak loudly.
The stories should show a resolution - tell the story in forethought, from where they’ve been to where they are.
Writers could look in retrospect at crimes that gripped national attention, at areas and communities that suffer the travails of crime - to those who’ve moved beyond crimes of the past to find love.
These stories are best communicated through a tandem of both word and image. Strong visual storytelling - through pictures and videos - is encouraged.