April 30th is the Last Day to Submit Your Story for the 2021 Mike Resnick Memorial Award for Short Fiction

ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND, USA, April 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The last day to submit stories for the Mike Resnick Memorial Award for Short Fiction is approaching fast. All new writers who wish to be considered for the 2021 award are encouraged to submit their entries as soon as possible. All entries must be received no later than April 30th, 2021.

Mike Resnick (1942–2020) worked with and encouraged new writers, many of whom affectionately refer to themselves as “Mike’s Writer Children.” Mike was passionate about encouraging new talent in science fiction and created Galaxy’s Edge magazine to showcase stories by new writers.

Galaxy’s Edge and Dragon Con are proud to sponsor the Mike Resnick Memorial Award to help continue Mike’s legacy of “paying it forward” and encouraging new writers.

The award will be presented during the Dragon Award ceremonies at Dragon Con.

There will be five finalist judges, including seven-time Hugo winner Lois McMaster Bujold and six-time Nebula winner Nancy Kress.

The winning writer will be awarded a trophy and a cash prize of $250, and the winning story will be published in Galaxy’s Edge magazine. A separate payment (based on Galaxy’s Edge’s prevailing rate) will be made by the magazine for the right to publish the story. This is in addition to the fixed cash prize.

There is no entry fee for the Mike Resnick Memorial Award for Short Fiction. Only unpublished authors are eligible to enter the competition.

For more information on the award, visit our website at www.ResnickAward.com.

Visit www.GalaxysEdge.com for more information on Galaxy’s Edge magazine.

ABOUT GALAXY’S EDGE: Mike Resnick created Galaxy’s Edge magazine in 2013 and edited the magazine until his death in January 2020. Galaxy’s Edge publishes short fiction, book recommendations, interviews, and non-fiction columns. The magazine has published iconic authors like George R.R. Martin, Mercedes Lackey, and Orson Scott Card.

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Forerunner of Reparations Movement Declares “The Casket is Finally Open” on America's Sins

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Black Power, Black Lawyer: My Audacious Quest for Justice by Nkechi Taifa

As a Black Power advocate and a Black Movement Lawyer. my mission is to awaken, inform, provoke, move and, at its best, fire you up to either join or continue The Struggle.”

— Nkechi Taifa

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA , UNITED STATES , April 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — On the heels of Evanston, Illinois’ ground-breaking legislation to enact housing reparations for Black people, coupled with today’s racial reckoning, some say the time is right for comprehensive reparations. Legendary attorney Nkechi Taifa tilled the ground while sitting at the feet of civil rights icons H. Rap Brown, Dr. Angela Davis, Dr. Imari Obadele, and Attorney Chokwe Lumumba. Her latest book — Black Power, Black Lawyer: My Audacious Quest for Justice, recounts the stories of some of these unsung heroes. Taifa's rich memoir details the history behind the history of the real civil rights movement.

Honored as Essence Magazine’s 2019 WOKE 100 Black Women Advocating for Change, Taifa came to the Black Power movement under the watchful eyes of greats like Queen Mother Moore. As a convener of the JusticeRoundTable.org, a progressive voice for justice reform, this Howard grad cries out for a time which she believes has truly come. Through her work on HR40, she seeks to right an historical wrong on the federal level. In this bill, Congress will move to create a Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans.

Over the decades, Taifa, an avid student of justice, has honed the arguments in defense of the dreams of enslaved people who yearned to be free and equal. Now hundreds of years later, Black people are still fighting just to be afforded basic human rights, as in the case of George Floyd who simply wanted to breathe. The George Washington University alum is well known in communities of color for fighting the ongoing battle once thought forgotten but, today, thanks to the social shaking in America, she sees a reemergence of this age-old conflict. Despite the struggle, she sees light at the end of the tunnel.

Often consulted on matters of justice, Taifa was quoted in the now-famous Atlantic expose on being Black in America by Pulitzer Prize finalist Ta-Nehisi Coates. As the idea of reparations finds its footing in this generation, Taifa stands as more than a resource as she speaks as the deep guttural groan for freedom. And it seems her work and that of those unsung heroes she heralds has not gone in vain.

Recent polls say the winds of change are shifting in favor of reparations. According to Democracy in Color, nearly 40 percent of White Americans now agree it's time for real movement in the national debate over reparations for enslaved people. Taifa cites countless examples including monetary reparation paid to Japanese Americans wrongly interned during World War II – says Taifa “Japanese Americans received an apology and restitution, but 400 years later African American people have yet to have an official apology from Congress signed by the White House.”

Pointing to the example of the recent murders of George Floyd, Daunte Wright and the brutal lynching of Emmett Till – these incidents of hate were catalysts for change.

Both Wright and Floyd’s murders were caught on tape but Till’s mother famously held an open casket so the public could see the brutalization of her son for itself. In much the same way Taifa charges that no longer will the blood, sweat and tears of our forebears be swept under the rug – but the “casket is now open” and all of the country’s atrocities towards Black people are laid bare before the world to judge.

It is heart-wrenching moments like these that stir Taifa to keep hope alive. She says her one purpose “as a Black Power advocate and a Black Movement Lawyer is to awaken, inform, provoke, move and, at its best, fire you up to either join or continue, “The Struggle.”

About Nkechi Taifa: A leader before her time, Nkechi Taifa stands as a pillar of the Black Power movement and as a long-standing “People’s Lawyer." A sought-after spokesperson for reparations and justice reform, she gained her law degree from George Washington University and graduated magna cum laude from Howard University. Taifa has many awards, including Essence Magazine’s 2019 WOKE 100 Black Women Advocating for Change.

If you want to hear more from Nkechi Taifa and the fight for reparations and justice system reform, contact Pam Perry at 248-690-6810 or staff@pamperrypr.com

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Two Sides of a Book of Love

Love Stories in Africa

A pair of different tales of romance

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Love stories are often seen as warm, fuzzy stories where readers or viewers can just soak in the good feelings presented. However, not all stories are like this even though they do show the resilience of love amidst less-than-ideal settings. Some love stories will put love through to the ultimate test and will take the reader through a roller coaster of emotions. And this is exactly what author Beatrice Cayzer’s book Love Stories in Africa is about: two stories, two sides of love, all set in the beautiful region of Africa.

Beatrice Cayzer has written all sorts of stories over the years in addition to contributing works to popular and well-known magazines like Esquire and Good Housekeeping. Two of her works got recognition from her peers and fans: The Happy Harrow Murder Trilogy, which was on the Best Sellers list for 46 weeks, and The Secret Diary of Mrs. John Quincy Adams, which was a 2016 finalist in the Chanticleer Book Awards for Historical Fiction. She is the descendant of some of the founders of a community in Upper Virginia from long ago.

Love Stories in Africa is a book with two stories which, as the name implies, are love stories set in the beautiful region of Africa. There are two stories, two sides of this book of love that show totally different scenarios that will test love to its limits: one with an English widow in a Sudanese refugee camp, the other with a British officer and an American teenage orphan in relative safety.

Love will be tested, but will love win? Grab your copy today and find out!

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19-Year Old Author Me'Chele Sevanesian's "The Color Orange" Brings Awareness to Disability and Self-Discovery

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Follow Robbie as he color codes and shade ranges people and experiences. He discovers everyone is a different color, and it's beautiful.

I have purposefully written a book about a group of individuals who are widely different in their diagnoses, and most importantly, their personalities.”

— Me'Chele Sevanesian

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — "The Color Orange" is a fictional, young-adult novel surrounding disability and self-discovery. Follow Robbie as he color codes and shade ranges people and experiences. He meets friends who become close like family while discovering everyone is a different color, and it's beautiful. New Degree Press publishing will house the novel for publishing in August of 2021.

Me'Chele Sevanesian is a 19-year old, passionate writer who saw a void in young-adult literature for a positive, non-patronizing story about neurodiversity and disability. Through "The Color Orange, her goal is to change the 'single-story narrative' often surrounding disability in neuro-typical culture by providing a series of narratives expressed by those with disabilities and their caregivers. Each of their stories is unique, carrying a wide range of experience in the eyes of disability.

"I have purposefully written a book about a group of individuals who are widely different in their diagnoses, and most importantly, their personalities. Additionally, as a neurotypical and able-bodied woman, I want my commentary not to define or overshadow the work done in the disability community but rather to highlight ignorance as an ally. This story embodies autism and follows the perspective of one boy among millions who share a spectrum diagnosis. This book is by no means an attempt to define or shape the autism culture or any other cultures listed here. Robbie is undoubtedly an inspirational person, and he overcomes and discovers parts about himself throughout the novel. Still, the purpose of my character(s) is to blur the lines that set by social stigma," said Sevanesian.

The novel's official release date will be announced in the upcoming months. Until then, Sevanesian is crowdfunding to raise funds needed for a successful launch. The IndieGoGo website lists packages for preorders. Beneath each box lists options for purchase with corresponding descriptions. To view the "The Color Orange," review publisher information or to pre-order, please visit her indigogo page at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-color-orange#/.

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Briley & Baxter Publications Announces the Release of Young Adult Book, Penikese Island Adventure

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Penikese Island Adventure

A classic summer coming-of-age story with some thrilling twists and turns.

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Briley & Baxter Publications is pleased to announce the release of the young adult novel, Penikese Island Adventure, by author Kathleen Hickey, available on May 4, 2021 via Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

A classic summer coming-of-age story with some thrilling twists and turns, Penikese Island Adventure centers around Julia, a young girl who plans to spend the summer with her dad in New York City, only to be drawn into a mysterious and exciting adventure on an abandoned island off the coast of Massachusetts instead. Julia’s father takes on the role of head psychologist at a camp on Penikese Island, home to 12 troubled boys and a limited staff. After begrudgingly agreeing to join him, Julia realizes her expectations for a boring summer are destined to turn into the adventure of a lifetime. She quickly finds herself caught up in forgotten mystery, hidden danger, and a forbidden romance. Penikese Island Adventure will be available via Amazon and Barnes & Noble on May 4, 2021.

Background on Penikese Island:

Penikese Island was originally home to a leprosy hospital at the beginning of the 20th century, purchased for $25,000 to house and isolate locals with the disease. After the hospital closed in 1921, the buildings were destroyed, leaving only a small cemetery and stone gate posts behind. Penikese Island is now used mainly as a bird sanctuary and a nature camp, but in the past, it has also been host to a school for troubled juvenile boys, as well as a center for young men struggling with addiction.

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Kathleen Hickey is a retired educator who has focused much of her career on literacy. With her career, and with her books, she hopes to spread her love of reading and writing to all children. Kathleen and her husband live in southeastern Massachusetts and love being near the ocean. Much of her time is now spent reading, traveling the world, and connecting with her three grandsons.

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New Book Available — Flames of Extinction: The Race to Save Australia's Threatened Wildlife

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In gripping detail, award-winning journalist John Pickrell delivers "Flames of Extinction" which tells the stories of Australia’s record-setting fires.

Readable and full of copious research.”

— Sydney Morning Herald

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the early months of 2020, Australia’s iconic wildlife fought for survival in the face of unprecedented wildfires. Images of koalas drinking from firefighters’ water bottles became the global face of a catastrophe that would kill or displace as many as three billion animals. Known as the Black Summer, the fire season was one of the worst ecological disasters in modern history.

"Flames of Extinction: The Race to Save Australia’s Threatened Wildlife" (Publication Date: April 15, 2021) is the first book to tell the stories of Australia’s record-setting fires. In gripping detail, award-winning journalist John Pickrell puts readers on the ground with the plants and wildlife that are forever changed—and the people who stepped up to protect them.

Amidst a grim picture of suffocated birds and flames so hot not even animal skeletons remained, Pickrell’s reporting reveals a larger story of hope. In "Flames of Extinction," he tells the inspiring stories of over 80 conservationists, wildlife rescuers, and Indigenous rangers who worked tirelessly to shore up remaining habitat and feed and rescue surviving wildlife and plants, as well as the ecologists, botanists, and others who studied fire responses and adaptations to help bring species back from the edge of extinction.

Readers will meet ecologist Romane Cristescu and Bear, a koala detection dog who helped find over 100 koalas in areas impacted by fires. In the primordial Gondwana Rainforests, Pickrell visits the critically endangered Nightcap oak, a dinosaur-era tree threatened with destruction by the bushfires. On Kangaroo Island, Pickrell meets with conservation workers racing to discover how badly the bushfires impacted the glossy black-cockatoo, an endangered bird already saved from extinction once. But despite the bushfires, many of these species have a brighter future due to Australians’ heroic efforts.

As climate change intensifies and devastating wildfires become commonplace, Australia’s Black Summer offers an urgent warning to the rest of the world. Through inspiring storytelling, Flames of Extinction shows how we can act to protect species even in the face of disaster.

John Pickrell is an award-winning journalist, the author of "Flying Dinosaurs" and "Weird Dinosaurs," and the former editor of "Australian Geographic" magazine. Currently the Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief for "Nature," he has worked in London, Washington, DC, and Sydney for publications including "New Scientist," "Science," "Science News" and "Cosmos." His articles also appear in "National Geographic," "Scientific American," "Focus," "BBC Future," "The Guardian" and the ABC. John has been a finalist in the Australian Museum’s Eureka Prizes three times, won an Earth Journalism Award and has featured repeatedly in "The Best Australian Science Writing" anthology, which he edited in 2018. He studied biology at Imperial College in the United Kingdom and has a Master of Science in taxonomy and biodiversity from the Natural History Museum, London.

Founded in 1984, Island Press works to stimulate, shape, and communicate the information that is essential for solving environmental problems. Today, with more than 1,000 titles in print and some 30 new releases each year, it is the nation’s leading publisher of books on environmental issues. Island Press is driving change by moving ideas from the printed page to public discourse and practice. Island Press’s emphasis is, and will continue to be, on transforming objective information into understanding and action. For more information and further updates be sure to visit www.islandpress.org.
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Intuitive Life Coach and Spiritual Healer Angela Lenhardt to be Featured on Close Up Radio

DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — We could never have predicted all the changes that would happen in our lives in the past year, but we've all been forced to be flexible. And even though it's been a difficult year, blessings have still come into our lives.

Everyone is afraid of the unknown, and there are many unknowns right now. The more we feel disconnected from own inner peace, the more we try to hold on to the past and control things.

We have to learn how to trust life, the process of life, and to realize that as soon as we try to control it, we are only setting ourselves up for a failure. Sometimes the best decision is to do nothing, get out of your own way and let the universe do what it's going to do.

Angela Lenhardt is an intuitive consultant, life coach, and spiritual healer for anyone seeking solutions to make changes in their life. Angela offers healing techniques and intuitive guidance to help her clients achieve their highest potential and succeed.

“Whether it’s people seeking advice about relationships or careers, or they just need a source of motivation to guide them through the grief process, I can help them find clarity for where they are in their own life,” says Angela. “I know when somebody comes to me and or I show up in their life, that it typically is for a reason and it's for the greater good. I know in my heart that this is what I'm supposed to do.”

Angela encourages her clients to keep a more open point of view toward life and their own intuition. Success and happiness is more a process of allowing, and it’s a much more enjoyable space to live.

“When people are really uncomfortable and they’re willing to make a change, that’s when they reach out for help,” says Angela. “I don't see it as some daunting experience. We attract situations and people to our experience, and we can use those situations as valuable learning tools about ourselves.”

Angela is the author of A Charmed Journey: An Inspired Guide to Personal Transformation, a memoir of Angela’s journey to discover her identity and find happiness. The book invites readers to walk with Angela on her self-reflective path and perhaps open the door to their own journey.

“When the path appears grim and you feel overwhelmed with challenges, there is beauty in finding the strength to remain positive; there is a sort of grace or elegance when one chooses to surrender, observing the synchronicity of events taking place that support your highest good,” says Angela. “The lessons I have learned have been powerful and life-changing. I have seen Spirit work through me, my animals, my relationships and my clients in truly phenomenal ways. Miracles happen before our very eyes. If we remain focused and trust in the process, allowing the universe to work through us, we discover that our purpose is to be of service—as well as to live a glorious life.”

Close Up Radio will feature Angela Lenhardt in an interview with Jim Masters on April 19th at 12pm EST

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PositiveAscent.com launches Podcast

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Manley has published three books and has a long history as a Champion for change as an ordained minister, educator and social commentator.

“ I am excited to launch this podcast series as a modern way to connect with people across age groups and demographics and share my inspirational messages” says Dr. Manley.”

— Dr. Andrew Manley

LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ —

The series is hosted by Author and Social commentator, Dr. Andrew Manley. Episodes share engaging conversations to inspire positive change.

Las Vegas based author and social commentator Dr. Andrew Manley has announced his new podcast series aligned with the company website www.positiveascent.com. The podcast, hosted by Dr. Manley features authentic conversations with newsmakers across often overlooked contemporary topics and is based on Dr. Manley’s deep experience in business, social culture and education. Manley has authored three books: the novel Urban Bully, The AmeriCola Story, a business book about Corporate soft drink wars and Fortified to Win Again, about former President Trump and modern politics.

“ I am excited to launch this podcast series as a modern way to connect with people across age groups and demographics and share my inspirational messages” says Dr. Manley. The podcast is available for listening on www.positiveascent.com and will be posted on additional platforms. To follow Dr. Manley on Twitter, search for @positiveascent.

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Positiveascent.com is the website of Dr. Andrew Manley and shares information designed to help people grow throughout life and achieve success. Dr. Manley has been a business leader, ordained Minister and author and brings a world view to the podcast. He is a popular speaker and guest for TV, radio and print. Follow him on Twitter: @positiveascent. Books available via Amazon.

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Love in the Depths of Despair

Love Stories in Africa

A story of survival and love that drives one to move forward and live

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — War-stricken and drug-infested places are often portrayed in films in over-saturated yellow tones to create a dangerous atmosphere around these places. This image also prompts book readers to picture these sites in the same distinct color palette. Unconsciously, readers and viewers see countries where violence and poverty are blatant as places devoid of love and hope. However, what people do not realize is that these countries are filled with natural wonders, too. And that despite impoverishment and brutality, love is present as well. That is the effect Beatrice Cayzer aims to depict in her novel Love Stories in Africa.

The author Beatrice Cayzer is an experienced writer. She has written numerous books under her name before releasing this particular story. She pens Love Stories in Africa, and with her combined experiences, knowledge, and adept skill in writing, she enables her readers to see the lives of its two heroines unfold before their eyes. Love Stories in Africa follows two story lines set in different countries and eras in Africa. The first centers on a widow and penniless English woman as she fights for her and her children's lives in one of Sudan's most dangerous refugee camps. The second story happens in Ethiopia during the 1930s when an American teenage orphan is aided by a heroic British officer during the horrific war that follows.

Beatrice Fairbanks Cayzer is the daughter of the US Ambassador at large, most notable for having negotiated the peace treaty for the Peruvian Ecuadorian War, and at the request of Secretary of War Woodring, which furthered the decision to keep Puerto Rico in the US Commonwealth. Beatrice is married to Major Stanley Cayzer, a director in his family‛s shipping companies, including The Union Castle Line, Clan Line, and Sterling Line. The award-winning author has written nine books, such as The Happy Harrow Murder Trilogy, forty-six weeks on the Best Sellers list, and The Secret Diary of Mrs. John Quincy Adams, a 2016 Finalist Chanticleer Book Awards for Historical Fiction. Discover more of Beatrice and her books by giving her website a visit: www.beatricecayzer.com.

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Revolutionary Love

Love Stories in Africa

Two love stories that transcend cultural differences and survive in despair

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Beatrice Cayzer, a prolific and award-winning writer, awes her readers again with another novel under her belt. Like most of Beatrice's stories, Love Stories in Africa is inspired by her travels and humanitarian activities, transformed into sensational stories of love and how powerful it can be even in chaos.

Love Stories in Africa consists of two love stories, each set in a different country and era but delivers the same message—love grows amid tremendous horror and danger. The first part of the story concerns a young English widow left penniless in Sudan's worst refugee camps. The second half transpires in 1930's Ethiopia during the luxury afforded by Haile Selassie's coronation. The story moves forward as the two heroines fight for their safety and survival in a country too dangerous for a lone woman to traverse all alone. However, love enters their lives amid the horror of poverty and war for power.

Born in a wealthy and influential family, the blood of noble runs in Beatrice's veins. She is the daughter of a US Ambassador and comes from a very illustrious family who includes two ancestors who helped found Upper Virginia in 1620. Later in her life, Beatrice founded the Cayzer Museum for Children in England and married Stanley Cayzer.

Due to her frequent travels, Beatrice was able to witness and live the lives of the people she met in her sojourns. She understood the troubles of their lives, the dangers they have battled, and the desperate measures they have to go through to survive. Through these experiences, Beatrice succeeds in painting a picture of their world that is unbeknownst to many, thus shedding light on their reality that was thought to be fictitious by many.

If you're looking for a great read, get yourself a copy of Love Stories in Africa!

To know more about Beatrice Cayzer's works, visit www.beatricecayzer.com.

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