Black Authors : Entering Contests!


Feb 28, 2001
[MargueritePress] September Edition


Welcome to this edition of the Marguerite Press E-News!

Please visit the Marguerite Press site at
<>. The quarterly update is posted and
is full of news.

There's the interview with Alana Edmundson of AGE Unlimited

An author interview with Crystal Rhodes--'Sin.'

Lena's review of 'Past Promises' by Jahmel West.

And of course the poets' corner with Monique Fox, and the
inspirational column by Vanessa Woodward.

Marguerite Press announces the calendar for Delores Thornton.
Wednesday, Sept., 26, 2001, Net Noir Chat @ 10 EST.
Wednesday, Oct., 3, 2001, CWMYB Chat @ 9 EST. (AALBC)

And as also Check out Delores' columns on self-publishing-'How To
Self-publish That Great Novel Without Going Nuts!'

Favorite Link:
Our Sister
African American Authors Helping Authors, has great news!
They are gearing up for the 'First Annual Self-published Awards, and
the Small Press Awards, to be held in Queens, NY, 2002.

And they also invite everyone to visit their online store and
purchase items that you can wear with pride. And support a wonderful
literary endeavor in the process!!

Get all the news, go to the fall Marguerite Press update @

Hope you realize that entering contests is a great way to gain that much need exposure!!

That's all for this month!
Destee Chat

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