A Multi Media Production Company and Winner of the NY International
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and "Ravedactyl". We also create sculptures, toys, animation, 3-D
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Weich, has been teaching Comic Book & F/X art classes in N.Y. since
Travel Adventures International Magazine
Your FREE online monthly international travel adventures magazine
with hundreds of features by professional writers and photographers.
Selling author Connie Lynne Smith
Read her latest novel "Vanished Glory: A Family in America"
The story of the Irish in America
Publisher of the
acclaimed "Black-and-White" anthologies produced in affiliation with
TallGrass Writers Guild. TallGrass provides a range of publication
and performance opportunities for writers and is a rarity among non-profit
art organizations in that it neither seeks nor accepts government
grants because of the restrictions - often of a political and arbitrary
nature - that accompany such funds.
Animal Rescue Site
The Animal Rescue
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food for some of the 27 million unwanted animals given to shelters
in the US every year. Over 10 million animals are put to death every
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New Haven, CT 06512
203.215.0625 cell (preferred contact)
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In May 2010, two of Jason's Person of the Week Profiles won awards
in the most recent Excellence in Journalism Awards sponsored by
the Society of Professional Journalists, Connecticut Chapter. Al
Martone: A Glass Half Full (East Haven Courier) won 2nd Place and
June Pinto: Saving At-Risk Kids (North Haven Courier) won Honorable
Mention in the same category.
In May 2009, Jason's newspaper feature story from the Waterford
Times, "Nora and Porter: Big Dog Therapy at York Correctional"
was awarded 2nd Place in the Excellence in Journalism Awards sponsored
by the Society of Professional Journalists, Connecticut Chapter.
the award-winning story here.
Visit Roger Angle - writer, editor and public relations consultant.
Angle was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize his first year as a reporter
and has published hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles over
the years. He is available for freelance work in both journalism and
public relations. His publications include poetry, short fiction and
literary non-fiction. He blogs RogerAngle.blogspot.com
|The Vocabula Review
Each month, some 200,000 people visit The Vocabula Review -- certainly
the principal web destination for anyone interested in the English
language. Our readership is a decidedly educated one comprising professional
people, professors and teachers, writers and editors, and others interested
in how the English language is spoken and written in today's society.
Vocabula's subscribers are intelligent, thoughtful, and well read.
Since 1999, we have published more than 135 issues of The Vocabula
Review, each replete with information and essays about the English
Nancy Keats is a published author who writes poetry, children's books
|The NY Chapter
of the National Writers Union
is one of several chapters located throughout the country that represent
freelance writers in all types of mediums. Whether you are a journalist,
book author, editor, tech and/or business writer, the NY Chapter strives
to make sure that the contract you sign is a fair one. In addition
to helping writers earn better compensation, the NY Chapter hosts
ongoing events throughout the year so that writers can network with
one another and learn from each other. See our website for upcoming
|Marion S. Dreyfus
Read her reviews in Rotten Tomatoes, Daily Speculations; articles
in Think&Ask.com, Daily Speculations,
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Publisher/Editor, Jackson Ellis
A literary magazine of poetry and prose
Author, Editor, Ghostwriter
Editor of the best-selling Cup
of Comfort book series
Author of "Life with Marilyn", a tribute to
Mr. Ciano's late wife and an affirmation that true love does indeed
exist, even beyond the boundries of time.
a book of art, photography, poetry, and essays from people with Migraine
condition or whose lives are impacted by it. This hardcover, full-color
volume illustrates Migraine through the work of professional and amateur
artists and writers of all ages. It brings together honest expressions
of not only the pain and challenges of Migraine, but also the hope,
optimism and accomplishments of those of us living with it. These
expressions will help impart an awareness and understanding of the
Migraine experience to people without it, including health care professionals,
and offer validation to other Migraineurs. Betsy Blondin is a longtime
writer, editor, and Migraineur publishing the book via her company,
Word Metro Press.
is a national/international prizewinning author and poet,
whose most recent biography, "Loosening Corsets: The Heroic
Life of Georgia's Feisty Mrs. Felton, First Woman Senator of the
United States", has won the 2007 Eric Hoffer and Independent
Publisher Book awards for best biography. Felton became a Senator
in 1922. This work also shows how women in the south won their civil
rights, which is quite different from those in the north. She is
also editor of Tiger Iron
Press. Their next book, "Nick's New Heart", the true
story of one of the first U.S. heart transplants on an infant, will
appear in June. Staman has authored five published books, one in
French (Paris) and will research in France in May for her future
book on French publishing under the Nazi occupation.
writing as Shaun
Kelsey is the author of the Science Fiction/Outdoor Adventure
series "Endangered" "KISHTLA!" (future release),
and "Manifest Destiny" (future release). Writing as Doug
Wm. Roberts, he has written numerous novels and short stories for
Trek fanzine and is presently working on a three book
Historical Fiction series titled "The Long Shadow" that
takes place in the final years of the Wild West.
Native American Rights Fund (NARF)
of the largest Indian nonprofit organizations in the United States
that provides legal advice and representation to individuals, Indian
tribes and organizations on issues of major importance to Native
treaties...the broken hearts of America's first people ...now you
can help mend the wounds..."
Life Issues Publisher
The Life Issues Publisher has been publishing books that change
lives since 1977. In 1994 HCI published the first Chicken
Soup for the Soul book which not only became a New York
Times bestseller, but continues to be an international publishing
phenomenon. Since 1994, the books in the Chicken Soup For
The Soul series have sold more than 65 million copies.
HCI has expanded
its publishing operations to encompass: Inspiration, Soul/Spirituality,
Relationships, Recovery/Healing, Women's Issues, and Self Help.
Currently, HCI publishes over 500 titles and maintains contractual
relationships with over 150 authors.
Guide to the Best in Crime, Mystery, & Suspense
Scene consistently provides something available nowhere else - a
true inside look at the whole world of crime fiction, of abiding
interest to those intimately connected to it, as writers or reviewers
or publishers or fans."
Lawrence Block, author of the bestselling Matt Scudder
novels and MWA Grand Master.