The pandemic has put many plans on hold for people this year. It’s been a challenging time for Kickstarters, and I’ve some great projects I’ve followed have had to cancel, or struggled to meet their goals. But, now more than ever, we need to think about healthcare. Our plans to re-launching the Kickstarter campaign are still in play. The budget
Embed from Getty Images Working as a leader on the communications team has its benefits. I’m often privy to information prior to it being released to the public. This isn’t because there’s some conspiracy to hide the truth. I’m not denying that Marketing and PR departments of any organization can be expected to try and “spin” the truth, to cast
US Rep. Pete Aguilar recently shared that the non-profit Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc. (RSBCIHI) will receive $720,000 from the Department of Justice to establish a services program for victims of crime. “Too often, our tribal communities aren’t granted the resources they need to access high-quality medical care, including mental health care. The establishment of a victims’ services program
Dear Friends – We did not reach our funding goal by the deadline today, and I know some of you are very disappointed. Many people have spoken passionately to me about this project. It is hard to see it fall short. And I appreciated every single pledge, no matter the size. But this is not the end. I will take
Tony C. Smith talked up the anthology on the latest episode of StarShipSofa! Check out this great episode with an original story, “In Bocca,” by P.G. Streeter. Find Episode 612 in your favorite podcast app, or listen online with ACast. Supporters of StarShipSofa get to hear the podcast a day early, and you can help the podcast produce more original
Hear Tina Connolly’s fantastic story, “The Two-Choice Foxtrot of Chapham County” in the November 5 episode of PodCastle. And thanks to our good friends at the podcast for plugging the anthology in the episode’s opening!
Cory Doctorow writes about the anthology in a post today on BoingBoing. And on the funding front, we surpassed the 25% mark and kept on going. Currently sitting at the 27% mark, and hoping to hit 30% by tomorrow.
In today’s Press Enterprise, Cati Porter shares the news that Inlandia Institute, the non-profit organization where she is Executive Director, will provide assistance with publishing Vital: The Future of Healthcare.
In the October 24 episode of Escape Pod, catch Keyen Bowes’s excellent story, “Light and Death on the Indian Battle Station.” We appreciate the Escape Pod editors for mentioning this anthology at the end of the podcast. Back in the late 00’s, Escape Pod was one of the podcasts that inspired me to pursue a career in short fiction. If
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