Arts in the Valley, Saturday (8 PM), June 2 and Sunday (2 PM), June 3, 2012, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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To listen to publisher Lucinda Clark, click onto the link:Lucinda-1

On Saturday, and Sunday, June 2nd and 3rd, Kim McMillon, the host of Arts in the Valley, interviews Lucinda Clark, the founder, and publisher of P.R.A. Publishing in Georgia.  Lucinda has worked with visual artists and authors on the promotion and marketing of their creative works for the past nineteen years. She wrote her first volume of “View from the Middle of the Road, where the greenest grass grows” in 2004. She has published 8 other titles by other authors since then.

From September through December, P.R.A. Publishing consider manuscripts in the fiction and non-fiction genres.  Manuscripts of interest to teens and adults will be given priority consideration.

If you are a poet, you may send samples (no more than 5-8 poems) of your work, and if you are an author you may either send up to 4 sample chapters or 15,000 words. Also include a synopsis of your manuscript (or a description of your poetry). Please include a brief (less than one page) bio about your experiences as a writer/poet.

If you query by e-mail, you must do so following the guidelines outlined above. Please place the word QUERY in the subject box. Do not send attachments unless they are samples of your work.

Please allow us up to one month to complete the screening process.

The submissions mailing address is:

           PRA Publishing

           Submissions Editor

           P.O. Box 211701

           Martinez, Georgia 30917

or

info (at) prapublishing.com

The second half of Arts in the Valley will be a replay of our Youth Radio with Amanda and Tony.

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