In support of #BlackMonday the biggest social protest in the recent history of Poland I am releasing a novelette entitled #PiSlamistan for absolutely bugger all.
To show my solidarity with the thousands of women that are demonstrating for the right to decide the fate of their own bodies I’ve written a short satire with the intention of raising a few very important questions.
Onwards to the unveiling:
#Pislamistan is available in a number of ways:
You can get a number of ebook formats from Smashwords
A PDF from Goodreads
You can read it in your browser on Wattpad
And download the file directly from FileDropper
*is now available directly from iTunes
Scribd subscribers click here
Nook Readers can get it via Barnes & Noble
If you happen to like what you read, please share it and help raise awareness of the #CzarnyProtest #BlackProtest
Feel free to tweet me @ScottPoland pictures of yourselves reading this story with the hashtags #CzarnyProtest and #PiSlamistan
The cover image was created in cooperation with the fantastic young Polish photographer Maciek Wojciechowski. Feel free to tweet him some love and check out his awesome work at maciekwojciechowski.com/
#CzarnyProtest #BlackProtest #CzarnyPoniedziałek #BlackMonday
This morning the Polish Parliament voted on a new anti-abortion law that will make it easier to host a Nazi parade in the centre of your capital city than it will be for a woman to get an abortion. This is abhorrent, indefensible and insane for a country which already hosts some of the most stringent anti-abortion laws in Europe itself.
For all intents and purposes it will be illegal for a Polish woman to have an abortion unless her own life is threatened. This will exclude dozens of quite horrendous medical conditions, rape and sexual abuse and somewhat adequate explanations as to why any woman would wish to have the free will to decide what is best for her in the 21st century.
This comes at a time when there is a struggle for identity upon our continent. Where Poles have been targeted for assault and abuse due to their nationalities. Now Polish women in their own country face a significant loss in their ability to dictate their own fate, and we can at least make them feel less alone. It is time for those of us that have encountered, admired and been somewhat bewitched by Polish women to stand up with them and say ‘Poland, if you don’t want them, we will happily take them somewhere they can have a say in their own destinies!’