For Immediate Release
Contact: Project Editor-Jazar Kahr at email@example.com
Glover Lane Press firstname.lastname@example.org
I lost my daughter in a fire as a young mother. Since then I learned many valuable lessons, and fought a few battles. As a mother I realize the wounds do heal, but the memories never fade. A Mother's Fears….hopes and dreams are all the same, but uniquely different ... Join me in sharing the stories, poems and dedication of love, hope and triumph from, mothers, daughters, sons and many more..
Share your story with Poet and Author Jazar Kahr...
Submissions must include name, age if they are a mother, daughter... Yes fathers are welcomed too! Include a short bio a image, name and email address, include a phone number for possible phone interviews.
Forward written by Jazar Kahr
All submission should be 1-3 pages 1500 words or less
Edited by Author, Poet and Activists Jazar Kahr.
Book will published By Azaan Kamau of Glover Lane Press
Submission Guidelines are. .
1. Stories of triumph and hope.
2. Stories from sons, daughters or any parental figure that has inspired you.
3. Stories, poems or commentary of your hopes and fears for child /children.
4. Material that is off topic, negative in any way will not be accepted or published.
Submissions are open to all people no matter sex, orientation, religion, or race.
Submission deadline is November 30, 2011 Contributors whose submission is published will be paid in copies.
Send your submissions to email@example.com.
Follow the progress of A Mother's Fear on twitter @amothersfear.
Please send your 1500 words or less essay submission, 1-3 pages of poetry (12 point font/1 inch margins) and a 300 words or less bio with full contact information (Name, address, phone number, email addy). Space in this anthology is quite limited. Do get your submission in early to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Planned publication date is: January 1,2012
Questions will be sent to each participate to add to the book as commentary …
All proceeds from A Mother's Fear go towards my foundation The PWP Revolution...