North Country Periodicals published by: Joshua Seidl, SSP
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The Birch Clump Villager is a literary and art magazine. This periodical feature guest authors and stories I write.
It is a hobby publication, and therefore, new issues come out at random. I no longer schedule a monthly or bi-monthly production. I wait until
I have quality material to share. The BC Villager scope includes promotion of interesting businesses in small towns
and rural settings. I give Native American and North Country locations preference, particularly in the upper Great Lakes region. However, the magazine
is not limited to these topics. If you have a service-oriented business or unique operation, let me know. This may be a
restaurant, art or craft studio, gallery or store, a bakery or grocery. Include pictures.
Digest Format The dimensions are 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Most issues have twelve to sixteen pages, (including covers).
The price per copy and issue ranges from $2.25 to $3.75 depending on the number of pages involved.
Free Services: I do not charge, not to I pay for any materials accepted for publication. The magazine circulation is
too small to charge you, or for me to pay for materials.
Aspiring authors and artists, as well as established professionals can use this magazine
to promote their work. Businesses are asked to provide a story about their store, gallery or services. They may write their own copy, or contact me for
assistance in writing up their operation.
Submission Policy: Rule Number One: Contact me before submitting ay materials for publication. We can discuss details,
and I can answer your questions before you decide to send me materials for the magazine. I will probably delete unsolicited material because I do not have
the time to read dozens of manuscripts; less so hundreds if this became popular. _________________________
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The definition of Cultural Slavery and Institutional Racism is presented to assist groups and organizations promote cultural diversity. This issue focuses specifically on Native American cultural concerns within non-Indigenous USA and Canadian schools and religious organizations and incorporations.
Two short stories. "Lorrainne" by Sherris Neary starts soft but has a jarring climax. Drama at its best. "Like a Dog" is a sample of Joshua Seidl's humor. It makes light of an office of washed-out characters. Front cover portrait and other art are by Joshua.
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Your Rights You must own the rights to and have produced all material you submit to this magazine.
(One exception is that you can ask another person to write an article about your business on your behalf.) You retain ALL rights to your material, art or
literature at all times. I give you one free copy.
Who Typically Buys My Magazine?
Me. The next most popular customer is the business owner or manager of a business featured in my magazine. They use copies to promote their business.
Then, the person or organization that might ask me
to write a feature to promote a concern of theirs. The author or artists might buy a couple extra copies. Very few individuals surf the Internet and find
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V.1 2012 issue is still available. The Maya calendar DOES NOT predict the end of the world in December 2012. Read to facts about the Maya calendar from
a Maya Elder in this magazine. Click icon above.