EVB Press is part of the Everyday Victim Blaming organisation who engage in training, consultancy and campaigning around domestic and sexual violence and abuse. Everyday Victim Blaming provide a safe, supportive, anonymous and non-judgemental space for those who have experienced Domestic & Sexual Violence and Abuse to share their experiences in confidence.
EVB Press was created to give women, children, and men who have experience domestic and sexual violence and abuse, academics, journalists, and writers a platform to share their views, experiences, research and thoughts on victim blaming, male violence, violence against women and girls. We welcome submissions of academic texts, autobiographies, anthologies, monographs, and poetry on the following subjects: domestic violence and abuse, sexual violence and abuse, victim blaming, male violence, rape culture, and misogyny. We also welcome texts on feminism, feminist activism, womanism, reproductive justice, racism, classism, lesbophobia, homophobia, and women’s history. We encourage submissions of genocide and war as domestic and sexual violence and abuse cannot be separated from other forms of state-sanctioned violence. We aim to contextualise personal testimonies within a wider understanding of violence recognising that the public/ private sphere does represent the reality of people who live with domestic and sexual violence and abuse.