Who can I write a story about?
Anyone who resided in the United States, recently or in the past, who died due to Covid-19.
In addition, you may write about someone you lost during the timeframe of the pandemic, to causes other than solely Covid, such as nursing home neglect, rapid decline due to isolation, etc. If you lost someone but could not properly memorialize or mourn due to social distancing and isolation, you are welcome to write their story here too. These stories will be posted on this website but all may not appear in the anthology proposed for future publication.
Do I need to reside in the U.S. to submit a story?
No. You can write and submit from anywhere.
Can minors submit a story?
Yes, but we prefer that anyone under the age of 15 show what they write to a family member if appropriate and possible.
Someone submitted a story about my loved one and I do not want it to appear on the site.
What should I do?
Please send us a message on the contact form and we will find a solution to the problem.
I want to submit a story about my battle with Covid-19 and what a hard time I’m continuing to have. Can I do that?
While we empathize with your desire to write about these very important struggles, for now we must stick to our focus, which is those we have lost.
Why do you need my email address when I submit the story?
We have to be able to contact you about what you wrote if the need arises. However, rest assured, we promise we will never give those email addresses to anyone without your permission.