The Collaborative Experience, Inc., Open Call for African-American Men to Pen Their Stories
The co-authors are penning experiences about life, fatherhood, friendships, relationships business and social issues as well as negative perceptions that they've had to face in order to survive in today's society.
By: WA Public Relations Company
The Past President of 100 Black Men of LI, Inc. and President of the LI African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. stated the he joined the project to lend his support, as much of his life has been focused on building networks of Black Men who have a positive voice and are willing to give 100% of their efforts to empower the community. Phil Andrews, President, LIAACC http://www.liaacc.org
Contributors to this anthology represent black men from all walks of life. They vary in age,
cultural backgrounds and reside in cities across the United States. The co-authors are penning experiences about life, fatherhood, friendships, relationships business and social issues as well as negative perceptions that they've had to face in order to survive in today's society. Readers will be able to relate to the stories shared in the anthology and will understand that they're not alone in their life challenges.
The anthologies have also been the launching pad for many of the co-authors who have gone on to successfully publish their own single title books. Collectively the two have over 40 years of experience working in various aspects of the book publishing industry.
African-American men interested in becoming co-authors in this anthology project should send an email to collaborativeexperience@
ABOUT THE COLLABORATIVE EXPERIENCE: The Collaborative Experience offers full-service publishing and marketing consultation services for those seeking to become published authors.
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