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PostPosted: November 16th, 2006, 9:30 pm 

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WRITER'S GUIDELINES for this pub are here:

Submitted to WritersWeekly by email on 11/16/06:

Working Nurse Magazine, about to celebrate publication of its 50th
issue, is looking for dedicated freelance writers to continue its excellence in
bringing job and career related articles to our Registered Nurse
readership. Such writers should be RNs, experienced in the field,
and eager to write about issues related to the working world of
nursing. If you are such a writer, and wish a copy of our Writer's
Guidelines, please e-mail me at Ron.reis - at - working-nurse.com.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Ron Reis
Working Nurse Magazine

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