THANK YOU TO THE “EVENING STREET REVIEW” FOR PUBLISHING MY PIECE ABOUT MY BATTLE WITH BRAIN CANCER
ADVOCATING AND RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT BRAIN CANCER THROUGH MY WRITING
It’s an absolute honor that the “Evening Street Review” chose my Article: “Diagnosis Day & Tackling Cancer “Head On”—Pun Intended”
The Review, is only published two times a year. Thus out of ALL the Submissions they receive, mine was one they chose to publish.
I discussed this briefly in a Prior Post, before this Article was published :
As well as in this Prior Post:
ABOUT THE REVIEW: A JOURNAL BASED ON THE BELIEF THAT WE ARE ALL EQUAL, AND “STRIVES TO PUBLISH WORDS WITH POSITIVE IMPACT”
Evening Street Review reads previously unpublished submissions of poetry (free verse, formal verse, and prose poetry), prose (short stories, essays, and creative nonfiction) and Letters to the Editor year round. Submit 3-6 poems or 1-2 prose pieces at a time. Payment is one contributor’s copy. Copyright reverts to author upon publication.
Thus, I use writing as a way to raise awareness about brain cancer, in general. Hoping my words do indeed have a positive impact on others affected by brain cancer, or any circumstance in life that brings you to your knees, making you question, “will I ever get through this?”
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