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posted 01 February 2005 04:30 AM      Profile for Hephaestion   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote is helping to publicize a worthwhile effort...

GLBT artists from around the world are being asked to submit their poetry, photography, art and stories for inclusion in a new British-published anthology of queer expression. 100% of profits go to charity. The book is to be called, “Listen Without Prejudice." Hmm, haven't we heard that somewhere before? Submission deadline is March 31st.

From the site:

Poetry requested for Listen Without Prejudice.

Helping to raise money for HIV/AIDS

As a company we help new and established artists publish and promote their work, we achieve this by publishing your work (POETRY / ART / PHOTOGRAPHY / SHORT STORIES) exclusively via our web site or your work could be chosen to appear in one (or more) of our beautifully bounded anthologies...

The beauty and appeal of traditional art is a fundamental spectrum of our company, but, if like many artists, you find it difficult to get your work published, due perhaps to its modern stance, or controversial content. Look no further, as we take pride in publishing works others may consider risqué.

Enter Our International Open Poetry Contest

They have a "Kids Korner", "Teen Pages" a section on self-publishing and more... Take a look!

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posted 01 February 2005 06:03 AM      Profile for April     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
One of my favourites is S. Bear Bergman, whom I had the pleasure of meeting last summer. The show, "You'll Never Piss in this town again", was premiered in Montreal. It was brilliant!
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Devin Horsman
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posted 01 February 2005 01:47 PM      Profile for Devin Horsman     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I thouroughly enjoyed Steven Schofield's At play exhibit when I saw it at Dalhousie Art gallery.
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