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Southport Publishing is launching a new newsletter for caregivers of family
members. The monthly publication goes out to charter subscribers April 1.
We are seeking submissions for and about caregivers. The publication
wants 300-word newsletter style articles that provide practical advice for
the caregiver as well as from the caregiven perspective. There must be at
least two resource citations with each article. Southport retains all
rights to the submission in its original form but reuse in other venues
with changes is permitted. Pay is up to $100 depending on length and
quality. Brief bio needed with submission and personal experiences are
encouraged. I am editorial director and you should send all to me until
our new website is up. dmazzella@southportpublishing.com Brief editorial
mission is below:

The Caregiver's Home Companion's editorial mission is to help its readers
better understand and handle this process. Through the experiences of
other caregivers, dialogue with professionals versed in these areas and
continued emphasis on common-sense solutions, The Caregiver's Home
Companion is the number one source for dealing with the pain and joy of
being a caregiver. Its editorial is drawn from the experiences of other caregivers and the
advice of professionals who are heavily involved in this process. Unique
among its information peers, The Caregiver's Home Companion will also seek
out the comments of parents who are the recipients of a caregiving child.
They too will have a voice in this dialogue. In effect, creating a
350-degree approach to caregiving.

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