The RED INK Project is a social enterprise that publishes an anthology of women's writing every two years. The stories published are all autobiographical accounts of what it means to be a woman.  


The story

The RED INK Project was founded in 2013 by Abi "Ace" Jackson. As an aspiring writer and feminist, she wanted to combine the power of words with the strength of womanhood. She also wanted to connect with other women around the world who had extraordinary stories about their lives, but had no platform or space to tell them. The result of these desires was a project that enabled women everywhere, of all hues, identities and backgrounds to submit their stories and then be published in an anthology.

The Project has had a few renovations since its conception. From once donating proceeds of anthology sales to small scale and often unknown women's projects to now distributing the anthologies for free and relying on funding and donations to run the project, RED INK has truly become a community. The Project also aims to showcase writing talent through blogging, the promotion of the authors, and various community events. 

For taking part in the project, all authors receive a custom edition of the anthology and a spotlight promotion of their work on RED INK's social media platforms.

If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, you must be the one to write it.
— Toni Morrison