Submissions are now being accepted for the
edition of Saturday Night, which is scheduled
to publish in spring 2007. You can submit in two
Sharing your story with
the world can be a very difficult but very
empowering decision. Survivors’ narratives are
treated with absolute confidentiality. The only
person who will ever know your identity is our
Submissions Editor, Sarah Gordon. She will work with you through the process
to ensure that you are happy with your submission
and how it is used in Saturday Night.
All submissions are published anonymously; however,
you will be required to sign a release form to grant
us use of your submission.
Submissions should tell your unique story and
what it is that you wish to share with the
community. No set form or content is required. All
forms of expression are encouraged (narratives,
poetry, artwork, etc.). We hope to publish
survivors’ submissions representing the diversity of
Duke: male, female, all races, and all sexual
The publication is used in a variety of settings to
raise dialogue about sexual assault. From freshmen
first year education to campus dialogues to a
variety of classes at Duke, your words will reach
thousands on Duke’s campus and beyond.
Our hope is that through the intimate voice and
viewpoint of a survivor, all who read the
publication will be forever touched and changed.
Your voice will join the collective call from other
survivors demanding a response and demanding change.
to contact Sarah Gordon.
Submissions are reviewed for content.
You will be required to sign a release form for your
submission to be published (either signed in person
or mailed to Sarah Gordon).
Edition Four will be published in spring of 2007.
Saturday Night also hopes to share a variety of
viewpoints about sexual assault. All opinions are
welcome, and our hope is to provide a starting point
for rich dialogue about this topic. No viewpoints
are off limits. Submissions can be sent to: