Poetry London and Confluence Support Whale

Two important magazines throw their weight behind the project announced earlier
By: Word Masala Foundation
MORDEN, U.K. - Aug. 15, 2016 - PRLog -- As per our previous press release (http://prlog.org/12578702) about the launch of a collection of poem, Whale, by Yogesh Patel along with Mona Dash's A Certain Way for the crowdfunding at Kickstarter, we announce the update about support we are gathering, encouraging others to pledge and support too.

To make a pledge visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1890139913/whale

Poetry London, a prestigious poetry magazine, offered the project a tweet and Facebook coverage. You can visit their website to see how they themselves struggle to help poetry in general. Like Word Masala Foundation it is also a non-profit entity. Jess Chandler of Poetry London offered, 'We would be happy to support the project. What would be very helpful is if you could send me some text that I can use to post on Twitter and Facebook. I will then share the details with our followers. I look forward to hearing from you.'

Confluence, a prestigious magazine, has advertised the project for free prominently in its latest August issue. With good space allocated to it, the magazine has also published two whale poems by Yogesh Patel.

Albeit project at Kickstarter wants to see a wider involvement and support, but it looks the apathy may have a final say.

We also currently have an enquiry from a reporter from the New York Times.

Ultimately, however, the pledges must materialise.

Visit and see the project for yourself. Make a pledge if you think the whale's song should be heard. If you have any question, please ask  us t the project.

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