October 2004 Breast Cancer Awareness Issue

An online exhibit of Designer Carolyn Daniel in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness and Memoir by Husband of Breast Cancer Survivor

(PRWEB) October 16, 2004 -- The October 2004 issue of is now online, featuring: The Personality of a Purse, The Hattitude of a Hat: An Online Exhibit of the Works of Carolyn Daniel

Carolyn Daniel is a fabulous clothing designer. Unfortunately, she is also a member of the growing number of breast cancer survivors. In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are exhibiting her works. Come see the show at

National Breast Cancer Awareness Memoir: Joan's Healing from Cancer, by Walter McElligott "I quietly said, only you, Lord, know what lies ahead for any of us. Please, be with Joan, no matter what this day brings..." Read more at

Also in the new issue:
Usury: How the IMF Exploits Poverty in Developing Nations -- Elizabeth Levy Sad reporting from Argentina

Financing the Third World is an excellent business. Poor countries become increasingly poorer, and the resources that should be channeled into development policies are allocated to pay interest on the loans granted by the International Monetary Fund. Read more at is a quarterly publication and community organization offering essays, creative writing, and arts and literature advocacy online. Founded in 2002, has sections for literature, community, and finance, and seeks to make the public more aware of key trends affecting the world in subject areas such as education, health care, science, literature, art, economics, and social welfare. We seek to publish emerging as well as experienced writers with strong, compelling works. We are a non-profit and independent organization granted 501(c)(3) status by the United States federal government.

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