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Opportunities for Poets

from a Poetic listserv:
OPPORTUNITIES FOR WRITERS!

yes, i know, this is the only reason you're on this list. that's OK!

from George Wallace: call for poem submissions for the Long Islander
newspaper's "Walt's Corner." The newspaper is a general circulation
weekly in the town of Huntington NY, founded by Walt Whitman and the
oldest paper on Long Island. It is the 'newspaper of record' and an
invaluable research tool available in many of the regional
libraries, archived on microfilm since the 1840s. As a newspaper
format, the sizing is quite important - poems should be under 24
lines, of moderate line length. There are no restrictions on theme
or style, but as a general circulation community newspaper, please
no controversial or edgy material. Other than that, have at it!

call for radio submissions from Paula Curci of Calliopes Corner,
Thursdays at 4pm EST WRHU 88.7fm Radio Hofstra University and
WRHU.ORG. Paula Invites you to send spoken word, poetry and
acoustic/folk/rap/rock music (where the lyrics are fronted and
audiable) to her at: Paula Curci- Producer Calliopes Corner:The
Place Where Poets & Songwriters Meet WRHU 88.7fm Radio Hofstra
University 111 Hofstra University Room 127. Dempster Hall.
Hempstead, NY 11594. Guidelines: All work must be on CD format ONLY.
Professionally mixed CD's with bio information and liner notes on
the tray are preferred. CD's must be labled with name and song/poem
titles. A very short bio-tray card size. Printed lyrics or poems are
welcome. Two or three only. With name and poem titles clearly
labled. A very short bio,attached. All work must be FCC cleared
therefore only PG rated work will be aired -- no curses/profanity
themes.

MYSPACE now has a Books section, in addition to its very visible
music section. i don't know if Books will have better technical luck
than Music (MySpace, good as it is for networking, always seems to
have some kind of site issue going on), but if you want to check it
out, the link is here:
http://collect.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=books

and one sort of out-of-usual-format note: a request for donations
from a group doing good literary work. here's their website --
http://www.PeaceEducationProgram.Org -- and here's what they say:
Louisville, KY's Peace Education Program is "giving youth more than
a fighting chance" by teaching/training adults to: empower the angry
child; create a YOUTH-LEAD mediation program; use cooperative games
to teach problem-solving; and recognize how prejudice impacts
conflict. The hope is to raise $20,000 to continue this work & hire
staff. Please, help gain sponsors BEFORE the "Sunday, Sept. 10th,
2006" DEADLINE when the program is expected to form a community
choir for the concert scheduled for this date. Hopefully, your tax-
deductable contribution will come by money-order payable to: Peace
Education Program - 318 W. Kentucky Street - Louisville, KY 40203 -
502/589-6583 - peaceeducation@iglou.com

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