Alzheimer's Disease Anthology
Gelles-Cole Literary Enterprises
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Gelles-Cole Literary Enterprises, publisher of the award-winning anthology CHILD OF MY CHILD: POEMS AND STORIES FOR GRANDPARENTS, is now accepting submissions of personal essays recounting a wide spectrum of experiences of people who are caring for, or have cared for, people with Alzheimer’s Disease. We are looking for caregivers’ stories, told with compassion but unafraid to confront the full range of emotional, financial, practical, or spiritual challenges caregivers face--compelling stories.
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Country of Publication
| United States
|Open to a broad Audience, including: Specific group.
Publication Medium & Frequency
|Print Publication ||Print Publication||One-time publication.
- Open to all/most Styles, including: Personal.
- Health/Medicine (Illness, See guidelines), Memoir (See guidelines).
|Essay Essay||600 - 900 words.|
- We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
|No monetary payment No monetary payment.|
| OK|| No|| Unknown|| Unknown|| Unknown||Text format submissions |
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Last Updated: 22 Oct 2015
Date Added: 31 Aug 2015
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