Places for Writers has a call for contributions from women who have travelled to India.
"Seeking contributions from women to travel anthology of creative non-fiction, “Emails From India: Women Write Home.” The pieces may be short vignettes or long essays/stories, focusing on a place/event in India, keeping the female experience somewhat salient. Deadline: November 1, 2010. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org"
Janis Harper says
Aside from publishing journalism, academic articles (I teach College English), and poetry and prose in journals and anthologies, I’ve edited and published a successful anthology of creative non-fiction with Anvil Press (2007), Body Breakdowns: Tales of Illness and Recovery. It's received a lot of very good press and still garners glowing reviews. It’s the Editor’s Choice in the September 2010 issue of Reader’s Digest magazine, and there’s a 26-page spread of excerpts from it. If you want an idea of the kind of writing I'm looking for, this anthology will give you that, though without the email slant.