It's long been acknowledged that libraries have the power to transform lives. Through May 10, Woman’s Day magazine wants to hear about it.
As part of its latest editorial initiative, Woman's Day magazine is collecting stories on how the library has changed its readers' lives. The magazine announced the initiative in its March 7 issue, which reached subscribers in mid-February. In the issue, it declares that "libraries are magical places" and asks readers to submit their stories in 700 words or less. Stories can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org from now until May 10, 2006, when the promotion closes.
The initiative is part of ALA and Woman's Day's Put it in Writing @ your library® program.
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