A web-based anthology featuring young intersectional voices & edited by Christina Im.

for awareness

Intersectionality is often excluded from our general creative consciousness. Some Safer Place is here to change that.

for empowerment

Even if intersectional individuals are represented in stories, they are prevented all too often from telling their own. This is for them.

for discussion

The anthology is also meant as a starting point for discussions about intersectionality both inside and outside of the classroom.

& a brighter future

Ultimately, this anthology aims to generate increased recognition and acceptance for intersectionality in our interconnected world.


Updates from the editor & related news.

Stories matter. Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign, but stories can also be used to empower and to humanize. Stories can break the dignity of a people, but stories can also repair that broken dignity.


The writer behind Some Safer Place.

Christina Im

Anthology Editor & Publisher

Christina Im is a fifteen-year-old writer and student who makes art and ghost noises from her home in Portland, Oregon.

Get in touch


Use the hashtag #somesaferplace


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