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  • Category: Entertainment & Arts
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  • Location: Little Rock, AR
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What good is spoken word if you have to water down what you really have to say. Spoken word is from the heart and you shouldn't never censure how you feel. Speak Up or Forever Hold Your Piece. You think you got what it takes to handle the Street Poets : Then Bring it... *Rules* Just come with Respect


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What Makes You Stronger: Real Talk About Breast Cancer is a new quarterly newsletter with an online presence. Also in the works is an Anthology with an anticipated release date of October 2010 (Cancer Awareness Month). Essays/Stories, Poetry, Devotionals and/or Recipes submitted for the newsletter and/or website will automatically be considered for inclusion in the Anthology. (Guidelines to follow). Compensation will be in the form of two (2) author copies and the opportunity to purchase additional books at a 50% discount. Authors will be invited to participate in all book signings and any other promotional activities. Please see our newsletter guidelines below:

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What Makes You Stronger: Real Talk About Breast Cancer

http://whatmakesyoustronger.at wc1.com

We want your true stories about your journey, the journey of a loved one or your secondhand experience as caregiver or medical professional. We want the anger, the despair, the "why me, God?" and the moment you realized, that despite the ravages to your body, the body of the loved one or the person in your professional care... you gained strength from the experience. Tell us about it, keep it real, nothing is taboo. The aim is to strengthen those who've just begun the journey, form a support community by mentorship, for those desiring it, prayer and daily inspirational thoughts, coping strategies for the pain, recipes that tempt the appetite and anything else that you wish to share.


Guidelines:

All essays/stories should be nonfiction narratives, written in the first-person. Focus on one or a few selected moments; do not send rants or political speeches. Essays/Stories should be titled. Essays/Stories should be between 100 ? 500 words and poems restricted to 40 lines. No funky fonts, please. Please include a brief bio (1-3 sentences) at the end of your submission and forward a headshot (neck and shoulders) to dee@deeswhite.com or tramsey43@gmail.com.

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, but work must be submitted by December 31, 2009 to be considered for the January issue. Submissions received after December 31, 2009 will be considered for the April 2010 issue. Writers chosen for the newsletter will be contacted by January 10, 2010 and notified via email when the newsletter is available. Also stay tuned for information on the Anthology due October 2010... call for submissions will be posted by November 30, 2009. Here are a few samples of submissions from our November issue:

Looking forward to your contribution.


Peace and Blessings,

Dee



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