Litmocracy Provides Unpublished Writers A Rare Opportunity to be published In a Major Sports Magazine

Top Quote Litmocracy and PAC (Pro Athletes Counsel) are offering aspiring and established writers alike a unique opportunity to write for an established sports magazine. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 26, 2011 - SAN DIEGO, CA - Former Indianapolis Colt and Seattle Seahawk Michael Barber has founded a sports magazine devised exclusively for professional athletes. Litmocracy is finding writing talent to complete upcoming issues of this magazine. This is a rare opportunity for unpublished writers to get published and to notch an excellent reference on their resume. It's tough getting a start in journalism or in the publishing industry, but once again, Litmocracy is opening doors.

    Mr. Barber has founded an organization called PAC (Pro Athletes Counsel), which is a fraternity of pro athletes, including the likes of Albert Haynesworth, Jason Campbell, and dozens of other MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA and NASCAR athletes. This organization allows the athletes to operate as a business entity, as they do while they are still protected by their respective pro sports. Like the major sports leagues themselves, PAC provides pro athletes and former pro athletes advice, business opportunities, networking opportunities and more.

    Now Litmocracy is offering any talented writer an opportunity to write articles for these athletes, their families and partners. The PAC magazine is launching in July. The first issue is completed, but the next 3 issues still need some material. Litmocracy is running an open contest to fill that content, based on story ideas provided by PAC membership to complete upcoming issues. The magazine already has a substantial subscriber list and will be placed in every locker room and press room at every major sporting event in North America. This gives any writer the opportunity to write for pro athletes, to interview athletes, and to gain much coveted experience. Litmocracy Administrator Don Eminizer is editing the magazine. "As with our unpublished book contest," he recently said, "this provides writers a unique, fair opportunity to force their way into the publishing industry. Finding talent and opening doors is what Litmocracy is all about." Litmocracy's book contest is still ongoing.

    About Litmocracy

    Litmocracy uses a democratic, cooperative voting system to identify and publish the best writing available, culling new material from published and unpublished authors. Litmocracy pays for the best material, as voted on by its members. Membership and submission is free and winning entries are in Literal Translations, Litmocracy's print magazine.

    Don Eminizer
    Phone: 717-387-5149
    deminizer13 ( @ ) 99burning dot com

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